Wednesday, 6 May 2009

Workshops Booked and Bloggers Wanted


Taking place in Dormouse and the Teapot, Kitschen, W2/218, Woodend Mill 2, Mossley, Lancashire. This new workshop venue has beautiful views over the Tame River and the Huddersfield canal with good rail links to Manchester and Huddersfield. There is ample parking. See venue photos at the above link and here

The Kitschen Workshops 2009 (June - August) will be led by Helen Farrall, Gaia Holmes, Zoe Lambert, Andrew Oldham and Ian Parks. The workshops will include the sensory detail in poetry, re-writing, character based scene writing, narrative poetry, workshop for ongoing work, creating fictional characters and short stories. All workshops take place on a Saturday morning (10:00AM-1:00PM) and will include tea and refreshments.

The workshops take a maximum of 12 students in each and cost 30UKP each.
It's not paid work but check out the new Incwriters blog here. It's free to use and is taking Incwriters one step closer to working with members, promoters, publishers and readers on a grass roots level. If you are a blogger or just want to contribute to the blog (you must have a passion for reading or writing!), you can email us at We want to use this blog to stay in touch and create wider networks. This is a chance to promote your work or just tell us what you think of Literature.

Claire Summers
On Behalf Of

The International Network & Community of Writers Society (Incwriters)

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