A series of five writing workshops that will help you get words flowing. Prompts and provocations, inventive explorations and opportunities to share your words.
Mondays 7-8:30pm 26th April - 24th May
Limited Early bird tickets available until 31st March 2021
Plus option to ... More information
Exeter Library in conversation with Cally Taylor ( C. L Taylor)
Tuesday 18th May 7pm Via Facebook live
We are thrilled to be hosting another online #InConversation with Exeter Library favourite and Sunday Times bestselling author Cally Taylor. Cally's psychological thrillers have ... More information
Wolves & Apples 2021
As part of our programme of courses, workshops, talks and events for writers Mantle Arts is running a 7-week online course, intended for anyone wishing to write for children and young people. We would be very grateful ... More information
Are you interested in writing for Young Adults, but not sure where to start? Or maybe you’re already writing YA, but want to take your writing one step further? Perhaps you’re wondering whether there are any limits to writing in ... More information
WriteClub Creative Writing Talk with author Zoë Somerville
Thursday 20th May 7-8pm
This session will cover key questions including:
- What counts as historical fiction? (Introduction)
- Why then? And why that story? Finding your narrative.
- Structural possibilities in historical fiction
- Whose voice is ... More information
Saturday 8th May – 5th June 2021 on five Saturday mornings, 11am-1pm.
Intriguing, engaging and a little bit mysterious, short stories are windows into other lives and worlds – but what goes into making a great short story? During five informative ... More information
Join us as Exeter Library's Karen hosts an in-conversation event with Sheila O'Flanagan, author of number one bestsellers The Women Who Ran Away, Her Husband’s Mistake and The Missing Wife.
Delphine has worked hard for her success and she knows she’s ... More information
Zoom, University of Plymouth PLYMOUTH,
PL4 8AAUnited Kingdom
Writers such as W G Sebald and Sven Lindqvist employed literary travel writing to emotionally and psychologically translate their fieldwork experiences into their writings about place, while Walter Benjamin combined ideas of narrative knowing with practices that offer public engagement ... More information
Word Online, a free virtual tour of diverse voices in South West libraries, makes its fourth stop via South Gloucestershire Libraries.
We're delighted to present a reading from Monique Roffey and a Q&A from South Gloucestershire Libraries. Monique will read from ... More information
Join Quay Words and Laura Moseley, zine-maker and founder of Made by Women, for a day of fun, creative zine-making for 13-18 year olds during the half-term!
This is an opportunity for any young people with an interest in writing, crafts, ... More information