Date(s) - Saturday, June 16, 2018
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
How much can a story change with a different narrative point of view? Is there such a thing as a unreliable narrator? What’s the best way to approach writing in the second person?
Join Lauren for a relaxed creative writing workshop where you will experiment with ways to construct narrative voice. There’ll be the opportunity to read and respond to work as well writing your own piece of flash memoir and/or fiction.
Bio: Lauren Vevers is a writer based in the North East of England. She writes fiction, poetry, memoir, and journalism. Her work has been published in The i, NME, Notion Magazine, Litro, Hobart Pulp, Poems in Which, The Bohemyth, and others. She runs Papaya Press, an award-winning publishing project which brings together northern artists and writers to explore the space between art and literature. She tweets @LaurenVevers.
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