Andrey Pissantchev: Northern Short Story festival anyone? http://bigbookend.co.uk/nssf/northern-short-story-festival-programme-announced/
That flash fiction workshop on June 1st looks pretty good.
Yesterday at 11:37
This blog is wonderful. Very much looking forward to the session where I spend two hours trying to figure out the meaning of a piece only to find out it was generated by a neural network.
Sat 16th Mar 2019 at 10:22
Adam Wolstenholme: Did anything happen with the idea of the writers' retreat weekend?
Tue 12th Mar 2019 at 11:36
Kat: Sent out the call for submissions (thanks Andrey - perhaps you should be in charge of that...) Sadly I can't make the meeting this week because I'm going on a yoga retreat in Nepal (sorry not sorry!)
Sun 10th Mar 2019 at 19:05
Kat: Just came across this thing giving suggestions for a systematic approach to critiquing short fiction - thought we might find it useful: https://writing.stackexchange.com/questions/42875/approaches-to-criticizing-short-fiction
Tue 5th Mar 2019 at 08:14
Andrey Pissantchev: They had a similar one about poetry that helped me clear up some things, too: https://writing.stackexchange.com/questions/42695/what-to-look-for-when-criticizing-poetry
Tue 5th Mar 2019 at 09:53
Kev (A local nobody): Listen to Katja Kaine tryher best to educate me about feminism... and we also talk books, writing, and other stuff.
Mon 4th Mar 2019 at 11:31
Kat: A message from Charlotte .
Email Address Charlotte.Louise.Hobbs@gmail.com
Hi im Charlotte Hobbs, a photographer looking to collaborate with a poet who would respond to a series of images I’ve created. All black and white landscapes the work explores the bleak, isolation of the poetic landscape. Eerie and mysterious as I was highly inspired by Ted Hughes’ Remains of the Elmet and his exploration of his surrounding in Mytholmroyd so possibly similar in style. The work would support my final body of work for university. Thank you and please feel free to ask for any more information. Charlotte Hobbs
Wed 20th Feb 2019 at 14:21