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23 May 2022
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
All ages welcome
Each session will be split into three parts:
– read and discuss texts together as a group
– explore your own writing through structured creative writing activities
– share work produced in the session
This is a great opportunity to come and write creatively in a supportive, safe, and nurturing environment. Whether you write poetry, scripts, non-fiction or short stories, the sessions will focus on the experience of writing as a force for positive change, self-development and communion with one another.
This event will be both in person and online. If you book an at-home ticket, you will be sent a Zoom link ahead of the event.
For in-person attendees, this event takes place in a socially-distanced, well-ventilated space.
To book over the phone, please call the Waterside box office on 0161 912 5616.
Jazmine Linklater‘s most recent publication is Figure a Motion (Guillemot Press, September 2020). She has published two previous pamphlets, Toward Passion According (Zarf, 2017) and Découper, Coller (Dock Road, 2018). She is a co-founder of the queer feminist collective, No Matter. Jazmine works for Carcanet Press and sits on the editorial board for Broken Sleep Books.
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