With a focus on developing your work and strengthening your own voice, using a range of individual exercises and pair and group work.A small supportive writing group led by Anita Maccallum, award-winning writer and facilitator with over twenty years experience. What previous participants say: "Anita's courses are different from others - non-fluffy, down-to-earth and grounded. Small groups with personal attention, acceptance and respect for your writing wherever you're at." "I would highly recommend Anita’s workshop, whether you are new to writing, or have many years experience. You can always unravel and create something new. Anita’s writing courses allow me the space to play, to create and to remind myself that I can write, just for the pure joy of writing." "This is my first workshop-type thing & it felt very safe & inviting, but also just the right amount of challenging!" Date & time: Six x Thursday evenings, 7-9pm, starting 16 January 2020. Cost: £160 (£140 low waged, £120 concession) Venue: south Bristol Contact: to book your place or find out more email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Anita on 0117 953 1645. More about Anita Maccallum Anita is a writer, arts practitioner and facilitator who uses theatre, writing, poetry and visual arts to inspire people to express themselves. Anita teaches writing workshops in Bristol, above pubs and in theatre spaces, using playful approaches to writing to empower others to find their voice. Anita is currently writing a play commissioned by Graeae Theatre. She also works for Misfits Theatre Company and Plymouth Theatre Royal/Plymouth Educational Cultural Partnership, delivering theatre and playwriting workshops. Her short stories have been placed in Bristol Short Story Award, Bath Flash Fiction, Creative Futures, and published by Comma Press, Dangerous Women, Ellipsis Zine and Bath Flash Fiction, amongst others. Anita performs theatre and poetry, most recently at What She Said Bristol feminist poetry night. With boundary-pushing feminist theatre company Dada for Girls, she won most provocative and groundbreaking performance in theatre festivals in London and Sweden.
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