The Glens Centre, Manorhamilton, Sunday, November 3, 10:30 – 16:30. €30, booking through https://glenscentre.ticketsolve.com/shows/873607199 or phone the Glens: (071) 9855833. Led by Monica Corish, award-winning writer and AWA certified writing workshop leader.
At this workshop we will write in response to prompts inspired by Samhain.
The festival of Samhain is associated with borders, boundaries and liminal spaces – between life and death, sleep and waking, the world of the everyday and the world of the sídhe. It is the time of summer’s end and the beginning of winter and the Celtic year, a time when the veil between worlds is thinned. Our writing may be inspired by any realm – by mythical borders or by political limits and lines on the map. No previous experience of writing is necessary – all you need bring with you is a notebook, a pen, and a willingness to be surprised by your own words.
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Reblogged this on Tom Sigafoos and commented:
Great workshop series — thought-provoking triggers and seriously-convivial discussions.