Sunday 9 September
Hebden Bridge Library
11am – 1pm
What on earth is a Writer-in-Residence?
And how can you become one?!
This 2-hour workshop is for writers with some published credits who want to find out about the strange world of being a writer-in-residence. Char March is a local award-winning poet, playwright and fiction writer, and has been writer-in-residence for a wide range of organisations including: Leeds Hospitals; Ty Newydd (the National Writers’ Centre for Wales); The Watershed Landscape Project (based on the Pennine moors); Hull University Business School; and she is currently negotiating three more writer-in-residence contracts.
Char will take you through the benefits and pitfalls of being a writer-in-residence, and a series of exercises designed to help you find out what makes you tick as a writer, and prepare you for grabbing the next writer-in-residence that comes along!
For more info on Char and her work: www.charmarch.co.uk
£6 payable on the day - Please email to reserve a place
Walking Words - Feeling the Landscape
Saturday 29 September
Tickets are available from
Hebden Bridge Visitor & Canal Centre,
Hebden Bridge, HX7 8AF.
Tel: 01422 843831.