Words are meant to be fun!
Join us at this creative writing workshop for adults; a space in which to explore storytelling, learn new techniques, stimulate ideas, channel your creativity – and put some words on paper. Open to all levels and experience, the session will include exercises, prompts, activities and discussion to help get your imagination and pens flowing. After the session you’ll have plenty of sparks to form the beginnings of some short stories – and longer ones!
Date & Time Wednesday 31st May 7-9pm
Location Happy & Glorious, 47 High St, Cranbrook TN17 3EE
Cost £25 per person or two tickets for £35 – price includes a glass of wine/tea and coffee and nibbles.
Tickets are available here.
Francesca Baker is a word lover, book geek, literary enthusiast… Armed with pencils, coffee, headphones and a spring in her step, she likes to explore and scribble her way through life. Find out more at her website and follow her in a legal way on Twitter here
The first literary festival in the UK entirely devoted to Flash Fiction. Happening on the weekend of National Flash Fiction Day UK 2017, our first year will be taking place in Bath. Our venue, The New Oriel Hall, is a short bus ride or a twenty minute walk from the town centre, with wifi, disabled access and a hearing loop.The whole building is available for the festival.
The Flash Fiction Festival is for beginning and experienced writers who want to learn more about flash fiction – an exciting and continually emerging short-short form of prose, growing in popularity around the world. Come and be inspired by the UK’s leading flash fiction practitioners and to immerse yourself in writing, reading and listening to flash fiction throughout the weekend. All sections of the community, from all corners of the globe, are welcome.
Workshops and talks generously funded by The Arts Council England include: Vanessa Gebbie, Kit de Waal, Tania Hershman, Paul McVeigh, David Gaffney, Ashley Chantler, Peter Blair, David Swann, Meg Pokrass, Jude Higgins, K M Elkes, Christopher Fielden, Michael Loveday, and The National Flash Fiction Day Anthology Launch with Calum Kerr.
For more information and to book tickets, please visit our website: https://www.flashfictionfestival.com
We hope to see you there for a fun-filled weekend of flash fiction!
The fourth issue of Confingo is now available – stories by David Gaffney, Matt Harris, Andrew Hook, Kieran Lambe; poems by Karl Astbury, Marianne Daniels, Helena Torres; photography by Rebecca Driffield, Chan-Yang Kim, Zoë McLean, Lucy Ridges, Jordan Sweke; artwork by Ailsa Rhiannon; interview with Lucy Ridges.
We are ridiculously excited about our upcoming launch issue of Bare Fiction Magazine which is due out on the 19th December 2013. With such wonderfully varied content in the 80 pages of poetry, fiction, plays, review and comment, we think all our readers will be just as excited too. As a lover of short fiction, you won’t be disappointed with some startling good prose from 10 writers from across the globe slotted neatly in-between our poetry and theatre sections.
If you’d like a chance to win a print copy of Issue 1 of Bare Fiction Magazine, all you have to do is the following:
- LIKE the Bare Fiction Facebook Page
- LIKE the competition post pinned to the top of our Facebook Page.
- SHARE the competition post.
We’ll pick a winner at random within 24 hours of our page reaching over 300 likes.
Good luck and happy reading!