We have an exciting writing camp coming up this September for those interested in fiction and non-fiction writing. This 3-day residential course will explore how writing can confront and reflect the climate and ecological emergency.
This course will ask a central question: what does it mean to be a writer today, in light of the Climate and Ecological Emergency? It is for anyone interested in the future of creative writing. Both emerging and more established writers will benefit from intensive workshops, one-to-one tutoring, time to write and create ideas, as well as feedback from peers in small-group readings.
Date: Thursday 22nd September - Monday 26th September
Arrival: 4pm / Departure 9am
Cost: Stay in individual tent £600, shared tent £450
The fee covers activities, accommodation in one of our bell tents, and meals.
We would like our courses to be as accessible as possible. We, therefore, offer a limited number of full bursaries for those unable to contribute. To request a bursary, please complete this form: https://forms.gle/sJ3iC9py98vUDD9S6 (copy the link into your browser)
To sign up click here! https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/writing-climate-and-the-living-world-tickets-308998070547