The Waldringfield Art Group is a well-established group of twenty artists who paint in various mediums. Their classes are held at Waldringfield Village Hall but in July and August the group paints outdoors.
Rachel lives in New York City with her husband, their two sons, and a tortoise named Lightning. Now a full-time writer, he has also worked in journalism, in publishing and as a bookseller.
He lives in Bern. He teaches at the University of New Hampshire. It won the Faber Prize. Has published many since then,Reel winning the T S Eliot Prize, for which he has been twice shortlisted since. His latest book is Mapping the Delta BloodAxe She loves stories that feature strong women, diverse voices, and a little bit of magic.
She lives in Switzerland. He has also published short stories in various literary journals. She leads international, and globally-minded people through the labyrinth of education, networking, and creativity resources to ignite happiness, success, and authentic self-expression.
She was previously an agent and vice president at Georges Borchardt, Inc. She has worked in the publishing industry for 12 years, including at Hachette and Random House prior to joining Canongate. Whilst predominantly commissioning non-fiction popular culture titles, Hannah has a broad love of books, whether crime fiction, graphic novels or autobiographies.
She is always on the lookout for fresh, exciting and significant voices. She is currently at work on a new novel. Born in NYC, she currently lives in Geneva. For two decades, she has worked to empower women immigrants, refugees and trauma survivors. Read is a writer, translator and screenwriter.
Her fiction and non-fiction has been published in numerous literary and online journals. She co-organized Women's March in Geneva. An MSc in Environmental Strategy and a stint as a renewable energy industry executive inspired her to start a blog and write about environmental and social issues.
As writers we use the senses to describe people and place. This practical workshop will explore how we can enhance our stories by making them more striking, sensorial and vivid. This workshop will explore different ways of creating character, using objects, dialogue and action.
There will be examples and discussion. Yet the emphasis will be on participants producing their own, short pieces of fiction in response to three, connected, practical writing activities. This workshop will focus on helping writers to find these moments in their own lives and recreate them on the page.
Exercises will be used to explore personal theme, develop character and map plot. Writers should attend with a sense of exploration and the urge to write! The Freedom of Constraint: Through extracts and exercises, we will explore techniques and strategies for refining structure and rejuvenating style that can benefit writing in any genre or form.
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