We’ve updated the website to add some gallery pages to give you a sense of what we do. We’ll update the gallery as we go along, but we’re getting started with some images from our recent Write Here: Sanctuary workshop with refugee and asylum-seeker writers here in Leicester. The gallery is here.
As well as workshops and events, we’re both hard at work on a number of writing projects. There are a couple of top secret collaborative projects in the works, and we may post about these some time later on. But for the time being, we’re keeping these under wraps.
More immediately, Hannah has been publishing stories in a large number of literary magazines, including Idle Ink, Fictive Dream and the Bangor Literary Journal. She also has stories in the extremely well-reviewed Unthology 10, and in a forthcoming collection of drinking stories from Valley Press.
Meanwhile, Will’s travel book, Stealing with the Eyes: Imaginings and Incantations in Indonesia is just out from Haus Publishing, and his children’s book, Lucy and the Rocket Dog, which was published by Knopf in 2017, has been picked up in South Korea.
Along with fellow writer Alexandros Plasatis, we’ll be co-running a workshop at Leicester Cathedral to run alongside Arabella Dorman’s exhibition, Suspended. The workshop will take place on the 26th July, and then on the following day we will be involved in running a creative writing performance event in the cathedral.
Image: Leicester Cathedral
We’re delighted to be running two creative writing workshops on the 13th and 14th of August in conjunction with our good friends the LECTI (Language Education Culture Tolerance Information) centre in Varna, Bulgaria. LECTI are a fabulous organisation who run a feverish riot of activities in multiple languages.
We’ll be in Bulgaria for a good chunk of August, so we’ll post a bit more about any other Bulgarian events closer to the time.
Image by Ivan Milev, courtesy Wikimedia Commons.
On the 11th and 18th July, we will be guest writers for the Write Here:Sanctuary project run by Writing East Midlands. We’ll be delivering two creative writing workshops for groups of refugee and asylum seeker writers.