Deadline: Deadline: Tuesday 19 September, 26, October 3, 10, 17, 24
Opportunity from: Louise
About the course
The world, and indeed its stories, are experienced by and through our senses. The grains of your goosebumps, the hot spoil of city air, the tock of the clock; how we render these to the page can transform our writing and the experience of our readers. This six-part series of two hour workshops will reimagine the senses as a way to both enhance and frame our writing. Using innovative creative writing exercises and literary inspiration drawn from a variety of writers, we will delve deep to create original and true writing.
Who is it for?
Open to all underrepresented writers—those who face barriers due to mental health issues, physical health/disability, sensory impairment, learning disabilities, neurodivergence, substance misuse, survivors, working class backgrounds, those from the LGBTQIA+ community, and/or from Black, Asian, traveller, mixed heritage or other global majority backgrounds.
Tuesdays – September 19, 26 & October 3, 10, 17, 24 2023
10 am -12 pm
£15 for the course
Please get in touch if you have particular access needs which we can try and accommodate on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01273 234 780 (Tuesdays only or voicemail). This can include:
· disabled access
· free places for carers
· help with travel costs
· help with childcare costs
About the course facilitator
Georgina Aboud is a writer and creative practitioner living in Eastbourne. She is the recipient of the Moth Short Story Prize and a New Writing South:21 Fellowship. Her book ‘Cora Vincent’ was published as part of the Creative Future/Myriad Editions
Spotlight Books series, and her work features in current and upcoming anthologies. She is also an awardee of a Shifting the Gaze bursary with Writing Our Legacy, where she is a Changing Chalk Associate Artist, and her latest commissions include collaborative pieces for Brighton Festival. Georgina has experience of teaching both online as well as in person in Brighton, Surrey and on the South Downs. She is currently working on a novel, and with the assistance of a recent Arts Council grant, developing her first poetry pamphlet.
About the venue
Leaf Hall Community Arts Centre, (Room – the Devonshire Library)
51 Seaside, Eastbourne, BN22 7NB Click here for a map of the venue
Buses – 1, 1a. 1x, 51 stop close by
Train – 14 minute walk from Eastbourne train station
Leaf Hall Community Arts Centre, 51 Seaside, Eastbourne, BN22 7NB