Time: May 16, 2011 from 10am to 4:30pm
Location: Friends Meeting House, Brighton
Street: Ship Lane, BN1 1AF
Website or Map: http://www.brightonquakers.co…
Event Type: annual, writing, workshop
Organized By: Vicky Cosstick, Alison Donaldson and Bob MacKenzie
Latest Activity: May 3, 2011
Image: 'Clipper Ship Lightning', by Bruce Von Steting
5th Annual Collaborative Writing Workshop, Brighton
This year, we’d like to explore with you what the words ‘moving writing’ evoke and inspire for each of us. Is it writing that inspires or moves emotionally? Writing that shifts thinking (the author’s or other people’s)? Writing on the move? Or writing that crosses boundaries (e.g. from one context to another; between non-fiction and fiction, or between work-related and non-work-related; between handwritten and electronic)? Or something completely different?
Come and enjoy a stimulating day by the seaside, during the Brighton Festival, with a group of about 20 others who care about writing, what it makes possible, how it can create movement and how it is itself moving.
To reserve your place, please send £30 to this Paypal account (click here). If you prefer to pay by cheque, please make it out to 'AMED', and send it to Linda Williams, AMED, P.O. Box 7578, Dorchester, DT1 9GD. Please mark the back of your cheque ‘2011 Brighton Writing Workshop’. You will be sent a receipt by return. Our annual workshops have proved extremely popular, so we suggest that you book early to avoid disappointment.
About the convenors
Vicky Cosstick www.changeaware.eu.
Alison Donaldson firstname.lastname@example.org 020 8549 1372
Bob MacKenzie email@example.com 02380 238 458
Our thanks as always to Chris Rodgers for his support and encouragement in the formative stages of this project.
o Friends Meeting House, Brighton: www.brightonquakers.co.uk/building.php
o Rail enquiries: http://nationalrail.co.uk
o Brighton Festival: www.brightonfestival.org
For further details, please open this document 5th%20Annual%20Collaborative%20Writing%20Workshop.pdf
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