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Workshop: Words, Rhythm & Sound/Craft Lab

Words, Rhythm & Sound/Craft Lab
16 November 2022, 6.30pm
£8 / £5 concessions (including Inscribe members)

Words, Rhythm & Sound Craft Lab is a poetry workshop that will combine music and sound as a backdrop accompaniment for your spoken word!

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The Bookseller writes about Glimpse

The Bookseller has today written about Glimpse, the forthcoming Inscribe anthology, edited by Leone Ross:

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Workshop: INFINITUM: Afrofuturist Sequential-Based Narratives

INFINITUM: Afrofuturist Sequential-Based Narratives
Led by Tim Fielder
Date: Saturday 11 December 2021
Time: 1:30pm – 6:30pm GMT
Venue: Online Zoom
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Workshop: The Alchemy of Place: Creating Immersive Settings with Marcia Douglas

The Alchemy of Place: Creating Immersive Settings
Led by Marcia Douglas
Date: Saturday 4 December, 2021
Time: 1.30-6.30pm GMT/UTC
Venue: Online Zoom
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How can our writing present both commonplace as well as fantastical worlds with dimension and interest? And what tools can we use to establish those worlds as places integral to our characters’ lives?

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Event: Taking Black Writers Seriously 2

Thursday 25 November 2021, 6-8pm GMT/UTC
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Online event

Are you a Black Writer in Britain interested in writing for TV and film? Then read on.

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If you want to reach wide audiences with your writing, Taking Black Writers Seriously is an introductory session, with a Q&A, to find out why choosing a career to create and write feature films and drama series is now a good choice.

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Nikheel Gorolay: Tips for staying disciplined

by Nikheel Gorolay

To be honest, I haven’t learnt any new writing tips or tricks over the past year and a half – just finding the time to write at all has often been a challenge. The pandemic has been tough, both personally with the loss of friends and family, and professionally, as what was already set to be a busy time for me was compounded by an inflated workload, as a direct result of the actions taken by the government in response to the outbreak. 

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Gemma Weekes: Seven Notes for a Young Writer

Seven Notes for a Young Writer

by Gemma Weekes

1. You Will Always be Young

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Call for Submissions — Magma 82, Obsidian

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Ioney Smallhorne: My journey back to writing

The past year has been the first time when I actually considered quitting writing and the arts industry as a whole. It was tough and not because of lockdown. I’ve been freelance for all of my adult working life, so working from home, feeling isolated, living with a sporadic financial landscape has been the norm.

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Barsa Rae on the Pandemic

The Beginning

On Good Friday it's blue skies, 20C. With higher temperatures, the UK government has banned congregating outdoors. A walk is allowed. Mine takes me through the park, by the river, onto the golf course. The fairway is empty; an open cathedral with no worshippers. Easter is two days away, but when will we all be resurrected? In May, my parents come visiting from India, enjoy spring here. Not this year. When I walk alone, I walk for all of us.

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