MYSTERY STORIES WORKSHOP
'TRANSPARENT WINDOWS' EVENT
A workshop with the title 'From Sherlock Holmes to Paul Auster: Exploring the Worlds of Detective Fiction' will be offered on Friday May 26th, 2017, by members of the Transparent Windows Reading Group which is part of the Transparent Windows Book Club.
This workshop is going to take place at Room 112 (Old Philosophy Building 1st floor) between 18:30-20:30.
**Laptops or Tablets are essential for this workshop**
**A certificate of attendance will be provided**
The places available for this workshop are limited. So If you're interested in attending, please forward your emails to: email@example.com.
For more information about Transparent Windows and its activities please click on the following link: http://www.enl.auth.gr/trans_windows_en.html.
Academic coordinator: Dr. Tatiani Rapatzikou
This workshop is mostly experimental: all of us enjoy immersing ourselves into a juicy detective story. But how about becoming the writer and the detective of your own mystery? Dare to join us for an evening of unsolved crimes and urban mysteries that are waiting to be unfolded. The process is twofold: after tracing the variations of tropes in different detective texts, such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Paul Auster's City of Glass, we will engage in a series of hands-on writing activities that will give you a taste of how a mystery story can be created. Follow the clues, build your story, and experiment with different writing styles! In our activities, we will make use of the online writers’ platform Urnovl. Bring your own laptops or tablets and get ready to unleash your inner detective!
TRANSPARENT WINDOWS READING GROUP INFORMATION
The Unbearable Lightness of Reading was born out of love for literature, such as books, poems, criticism, movies, songs, and many other forms of narrative expression. Being part of the Transparent Windows Bookclub, this reading group aims at getting people together who would talk, share ideas, dissect and unravel the mysteries of various texts deriving from fantasy literature, war literature, gender studies, detective fiction and other. The Transparent Windows Reading Group is all about the charm of reading!