What is a hidden verse

Hidden verses on the literature camp

The literature camp in Heidelberg took place for the first time on June 11 and 12, 2016. A meeting for all literature enthusiasts. And reservoirs for lunatics like:
The zippy, the beard and the curb prose
The special thing about the event: The focus is on the visitors, because they deliver the program!
Here is my video about the literature camp. For everyone who wants to get a taste of the sessions themselves.
I filmed many of them for several minutes to give you an impression:

Really nice ghetto!
Nothing there musty office space, tie and suit. With the “Department 16”, the literature camp had a location with a very pleasant “Let's meet in the backyard and do something!” Atmosphere. I found that extremely cool. The former fire station has its very own charm and is used, among other things, as a coworking space or for events such as bar camps.
Okay, so Location already poked. But what actually happens on such a “barcamp”?
This video best describes it.
Short version:
Many people with the same interests come together and share their knowledge. Session hosts offer lectures that are listed and then held in the available rooms.
A perfect transition:
All sessions were collected on these partition walls and assigned to a time and room by the organization team. (Photo by Valentin Bachem // Licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0)

Here are all the sessions from Saturday, June 11th:
(I link from the title to a blog post of this session, if available!)
12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Writing for computer gamesLena (@lenafalkenhagen)
Writer's block?Bettina (@bettinaschnerr)
Twitter driver's licenseErik (@DerExperte)
GhostwriterChristine
Listen to your belly!Tanja
2:00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Find your original writing topicTanja
Author world - the platformJasmin Z.
From suicide to a publishing contractUwe
Discussion book blogger - blogger action offlineAlexandra
Electric Books and How to Read ThemBettina
Write accident-free about people with disabilitiesMela
3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
The future of reading copiesKarina (@NetGalleyDE) / Anke (@carlsen_verlag)
From print to digitalKlaus (@Enpunkt)
Inspiration, writer's block, creativitySelim (@wortmachtklang)
The mother figure in contemporary literatureEva
From blog to bookAleksander (@Querdenkender)
#bookminisSuse (@literaturschock)
4:30 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Teams of authors taxesKlaus
Hidden versesAlex
Open papyrus discussionPaul
Representation of figures with living materialNina
The best thing about writing: revisingLisa and Anne
With a synopsis of the publishing contractPetra
Correspondence in the literature businessJasmin Zipperling
5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Crowdfunding for authorsBenjamin Spang
Everything just stolen | The myth of e-book piracyNina | Heiko
How does my ebook get to the reader?Patricia
Platform for new authorsUrsula
Plan literary eventsCatherine
Blog and website reviewJanina
8:00 p.m. - 8:45 p.m.
Nice failure in the (sales) conversationKati / @CatchKati
The book blogger - the unknown beingDagmar
Why doesn't Epub3 catch on?Ingeborg (@ebookerei)
Let's talk about sexDaniela (@tee_kesselchen)

My session: "Crowdfunding for authors"

At 5:30 p.m. the time had come: I was allowed to hold my session. For weeks I prepared the topic and created the presentation with Photoshop. It was also worth it: The look received a lot of praise.

I've been familiar with crowdfunding since I was able to finance my debut novel with it in the spring of 2015. I think it's a good (but labor-intensive) way for self-publishers to fund expensive proofreading. At the same time, you also expand your own fan base, which also has many advantages.

This slide was very popular: Please never write to book bloggers via mass mail again! Every blogger deserves the respect that you first deal with your blog and then write your own personal message to each blogger!
Life without kebab is possible, but pointless!
“They can show you the way to the kebab skewer. You have to go yourself. ”~ Bruce Lee.

Could offer another session: “Eating kebab properly. 10 ways and possibilities. ”Is anyone interested? # litcamp16
- ✍☠Benjamin Spang (@Double Moon) June 12, 2016

In the evening there was dinner in the form of a vegan soup at the literature camp.
Um, yeah.
ESCAPE !!! 1 Jasmin, Annika, Peter, Gunthart (cannot be seen), curb prose (front) and I on the trail of the kebab. (Photo by Bordsteinprosa).
The decision to “Pro Döner” was very easy, also because it was only a 4 minute walk to the best kebab house in town: Pirim Döner.
Ouh yeah!
The curb prose and the kebab! <3
The good jasmine was officially "stripped" that evening, as she called it herself. And the rest of the gang was also satisfied with the food served. Peter even said it would be his first doner kebab in 10 years!
I can proudly say that I bring people and kebab together here. For a peaceful, full togetherness!
And then it was Sunday! ?
Whatever the reason, but I didn't think that there would be so many good sessions on Sunday. That surprised me and made me even more happy!
Here are the sessions from Sunday June 12th:
(I link from the title to a blog post of this session, if available!)
11:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
Networkers & murderous sistersRegina
Why doesn't Epub3 catch on?Ingeborg
Blogging for authorsEdda
Have you already written today?Jan-Philipp
# single light for lens viewJulia (@junaimnetz)
Poetic hug for everyoneFree Hugs Poetry
12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Collective body-oriented writing performanceBlind writing
Dramaturgy anatomy of 3 acts, 5 acts, storiesLena
Figure line-upNina
Literature elsewhereSu
Blogging for 10 years - promoting blogsHeiner
Blog parade favorite bookDiana
Spontaneous Death CaféRobert
2:00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Playing meets tellingReimar
General education for authorsMela
The book blogger - the unknown beingDagmar
Pearls of self-publishingwolfgang
Self-publishing from the idea to the finished bookAnn-Sophie
Better failure in conversationKati
Amazon Create Space WalkthroughIngeborg
3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Professionalization of blogs - discussionSuse
Create e-books with Word and Caliberwolfgang
Good feedback - express criticism of the textFrank
Literary geocachingMichael
DEZERNAT # 16 - Litcamp in the Kafkaesque architectural style ExplorationKati
Brainstorming brainstorming mind mappingLena
Just relaxRobert

Bloodiebags for my dear Twitter followers, readers and fans! ?
Lots of “treats” for my novel “Blood against Blood” - handmade and bagged with lots of love!
The dear @whoiskafka and @stehlblueten each got one for free.
Anabelle unpacks my Bloodiebag. Scene from the video by @whoiskafka: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Zgy3pgNEW0
Ms. @bordsteinprosa was also very happy! 🙂

And then the # Litcamp16 was unfortunately over
: D!
Grief everywhere, especially on Twitter. The hashtag # litcamp16 first forced me to read a lot of tweets, because I didn't always feel like sticking in front of my smartphone, like Ms. Zipperling, for example. In return, Zippi then rightly became the “Twitter queen”.
About every 10th tweet about the Litcamp came from her! ^^
Authors by volume? They just called you "fat"!
Very cool! ?

More great links about the camp:
Event website: http://literaturcamp-heidelberg.de/
All sessions from the Literature Camp 2016: https://app.konferenz.guide/index.html?seite=sessionList Location of the event, Department 16: http://www.dezernat16.de/ Lots of photos: https: // www. flickr.com/photos/vbachem/albums/72157666945037904/page1