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Books & Writing

The Writers Workshop

Have you ever written down your dreams? Would you like to turn your experiences into stories or poetry? Do you love to write? The Writers Workshop is for any Club member interested in pursuing the art of writing (in English). Assigned topics allow the writer to tell a story while sharpening technical skills, style and voice in fiction, non-fiction and poetry. One Friday morning a week.

Book Discussion Groups

Come join one of our book discussion groups to meet women who enjoy reading and sharing their views on a wide range of books. Once a month on a Thursday morning and Thursday evening.

Daytime Book Discussion Group

Our upcoming Daytime Book Discussion reading list is:

 2019 

 September 

Transcription by Kate Atkinson
 October Burial Rites by Hannah Kent
 NovemberKitchen/Moonlight Shadow by Banana Yoshimoto
 DecemberA Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles
 2020 
 JanuaryRadio Girls by Sarah Jane Stratford
 FebruaryWarlight by Michael Ondaatje         
 March All Among the Barley by Melissa Harrison
 April Golden Hill by Francis Stafford
 May The Salt Path by Raynor Winn
 June The Spy and the Traitor by Ben Macintyre

Evening Book Discussion Group

Our upcoming Evening Book Discussion reading list is:

 2019 
 OctoberRemarkable Creatures by Tracy Chevalier 
 November The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris
 December Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah
 2020 
 January A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles
 February Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens
 March Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen
 April Fear and Trembling by Amelie Nothomb
May  Mother Tongue: English and How It Got That Way by Bill Bryson
 June The Blackhouse (Lewis Trilogy #1) by Peter May
 July Night in Shanghai by Nicole Mones

Cercle de Lecture (French book group) 

All who can speak intermediate French are welcome! One Thursday morning a month.

Digital Storytelling

Tell stories with photos, text, voice and sounds effects. All done on your smartphone or tablet. In this activity we will learn how to combine photos, narration, text and sound to create digital stories you can save or share - perfect for travelogues, documenting family events or even creating simple micro-documentaries. This is an on-going, project-oriented activity centered mainly on writing and photography. You will need a smartphone or tablet (laptops are OK) with a video editing app installed (iMovie, Adobe Rush, WeVideo or others). One Tuesday afternoon a month.

AIWC Clubrooms

Route de ChĂȘne 11

1207 Geneva


Route de ChĂȘne 11

1207 Geneva

Office Hours

Mon -Th 9:00-16:00

Friday  9:00-13:00


Closed on Swiss Holidays, weeks around Christmas and New Year's, and designated weeks in August. Reduced hours apply in July and August.


Contact Us

022 736 01 20

aiwcingeneva@gmail.com

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