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18 May 2021
7:30 pm to 9:00 pm
All ages 13+
Out on the Page
Manchester based writer, Louis Glazzard, is running a poetry workshop in collaboration with Out on the Page. This workshop that explores identity in writing and how to express your unique perspective as a writer.
Bouncing off from some research around identity in literature, the workshop uses a psychological theory that suggests identity is made up in several pillars. These are; Body & Mind, Social, Material, Work and Values. This theory will be used as inspiration for various writing prompts with different writing techniques.
At the end of the workshop we will welcome a sharing space to discuss the ideas and share some work.
Louis Glazzard (He/Him) is a working class queer writer and poet. He was born and raised in Yorkshire, England and is now based in Manchester. Louis’ poetry has been published in New Critique, Brag Writers, Untitled Voices, Queerlings and Polari Press. Louis is currently working on an Arts Council National Lottery Project Grant and as a BBC New Creative.
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