Amicale Office and Committee
- President : Denis HUBER
- Co-President: Nathalie VERNEAU
- Vice-President : Sabrina WITTMANN
- Treasurer : Catherine GUERRERO
- Executive Secretary : Renée MORITZ
- Elected Members : Keltoum BELAID, Anne GAREL, Janis SYMONS
Next Amicale's events
AGORA - Bureau A1.09V
8.30 am to 12.45 pm/ 2 pm to 5.30 pm - Closed on wednesdays from 3.30 pm
(Occasionally closed for work meeting or events organisation)
The activity report and financial report of the Association for 2016 was presented at the Annual General Staff Meeting on 6 April 2017.
English language Writing Workshops under the auspices of Amicale offer seasoned as well as first-time writers with a chance to share their experiments in fiction and nonfiction, poetry and drama, within a trusted group. They also provide us with an opportunity to read, to analyze and model our writing in light of the narrative techniques of great works in English. They are a stimulant and hopefully an encouragement to put our insights, our ideas, and our memories into the best form, and using the most pertinent language we can command.
Open to all but limited to six per group, these workshops start in mid-September and end in mid-June of each year. They consist of ten monthly sessions of two hours each, and take place in the Agora building, on Thursday evenings between 18.00 – 20.00. Registration takes place on a first come first serve basis and dates for the workshops will be distributed in September. Interested participants can attend one “free” first session to begin with before deciding on joining the group; they are also welcome to participate in more than one workshop if they wish and can make up for the hours they have paid for in either group.
Registration for 2017/18 is already open and the first meeting has been fixed for Thursday September 21st. The deadline for registration will be at the beginning of October.
You are welcome to contact Bahiyyih (*) for all other details:
phone: 03 90 40 92 49.
You can also find out more about the Workshops as well as Bahiyyih on her professional site (http://writingeurope.com).
(*) Bahiyyih has taught literature and creative writing in the US and Canada as well as most recently at HEAR in Strasbourg. She is a personal language coach, a freelance editorial consultant and a ghost-writer as well as a novelist. Her novels have appeared in many languages, with publishers such as Bloomsbury, Actes Sud, Rizzoli, Allianza and Bertlesmann. Her latest book, ‘Us&Them’ which is about the Iranian diaspora, came out in French last October and was published in English in April this year.