SAT 29 SEPTEMBER 2:30-4pm
FREE & OPEN TO ALL AT TURF, 46-47 TRINITY COURT, WHITGIFT CENTRE, CR0 1UQ
In this session, get to grips with the exhilarating and sometimes terrifying experience that is ‘creative writing’. We’ll try exercises to start to develop a voice, exploring how to enhance your creative practice through writing, break down emotional blocks, get over yourself and just write! The session is suitable for beginners and more advanced writers, but especially for those who want to take the next step in their writing process or incorporate writing into their practice. For those who are interested, we can also discuss routes to publishing.
Groundwerk is a monthly series of free practical workshops for artists and creatives wishing to gain the skills to support their practice.
This workshop is free to attend and open to all but booking is recommended, as spaces are limited.
// ABOUT AMITA MURRAY
Amita is a fiction writer, based in London. Her first novel The Trouble with Rose, a comedy about a dysfunctional family, is coming out with Harper Collins in early 2019. Her short story collection Marmite and Mango Chutney won the SI Leeds Literary Prize in 2016, and stories from this collection have been published in international literary magazines like Aesthetica, Wasafiri, SAND (Berlin), the Hawaii Fiction Review, Brand, and others. She has also written art, culture and fashion articles for various blogs, including the Huffington Post. Amita has lived in and around London, Delhi and California and brings her nomadic experiences into her writing. She has taught creative writing at Surrey University, Cambridge, the University of the Arts London, and various community settings. She was a Leverhulme writer-in-residence at University College London in 2015.