Creative writing workshop: Writing Your Feminism
When: March 12 2020
Where: Durham, United Kingdom
Celebrate International Women's Day with a creative writing workshop on women's fiction. All abilities and genders welcome.
Explore the diverse world of feminist fiction, learn craft techniques, and practice short writing activities to incorporate into your day-to-day life.
Understand what it means to write feminist fiction, why writing is an important tool for women, and how writers of any gender can authentically narrate the female experience - from finding your voice to reversing stereotypes.
For those who've never written before to writers who've penned their own pieces, this workshop will help you learn new writing skills, share ideas, meet like-minded people, and fully appreciate the importance of feminist fiction.
An event to celebrate the month of International Women's Day, this workshop is open to all genders and abilities, and for writers of both prose, poetry and drama.
Question and answers at the end of the workshop for those considering professional writing or publishing.
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP LEADER
Florianne Humphrey is a writer and a journalist who has written three novels.
She was shortlisted for the 2018 Bridport Prize and her poetry and short stories have been published by Popshot Magazine and Eternal Remedy.
She is the Chief Editor of WriteMentor's Magazine for Children's Writers.
Florianne privately tutors creative writing and leads group writing workshops for universities, schools, charities, and arts organisations.
DATE AND TIME
Thu, 12 March 2020
17:00 – 19:00 GMT
Alington House Community Association
4 North Bailey