Generative Writing Lab at The Bookish Type - February 2024

Generative Writing Lab at The Bookish Type - February 2024

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Tickets for the March workshop here

Join Jess Wright on the last Tuesday of every month for a few hours of focused writing time. Each session will use a couple of queer texts as jumping off points for a series of writing exercises, with opportunities (but no requirement!) to polish and share short pieces. Aimed at both poets and prose writers who want to deepen their craft in dialogue with the queer literary tradition and in connection with others.

Jess Wright (she/they) writes poetry and prose in omnivorous and occasionally experimental fashion. Their work has appeared most recently in Queerlings, Write or Die, streetcake magazine, and Foglifter Journal. Jess has facilitated writing groups and creative workshops for over ten years in community spaces, universities, and prisons.

Date: Tuesday 27th February 2024
Time: 6:30-8:30pm
Venue: The Bookish Type, 77a Great George Street, LS1 3BR

Tickets are on a sliding scale (£5 / £3 / £0)
Please be honest about your financial situation when selecting what to pay for your ticket.

£5 "I am comfortably able to meet all of my basic financial needs."
£3 "I may stress about meeting my basic financial needs but still regularly achieve them."
£0 "I frequently stress about meeting basic financial needs and don’t always achieve them."

Tickets are only refundable up to 7 days before the event starts. Please email to cancel.

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Access Info

The shop has an 8cm step but we have a ramp we can put in place if required.
There is a downstairs bathroom with toilet and hand basin.
Workshop is seated round a long table with chairs that are armless with padded seats and backs.
Face masks are encouraged but not required; an H13 HEPA  air purifier will be in use. 
On street parking available (charges may apply).
Please email in advance if you have any specific access needs: thebookishtypeleeds@gmail.com