'Writing now is an act of faith. It is this hope that the practice of writing, and reading, matters that should motivate us.' Jennifer Egan.
In these trying times, a creative writing practice can bring us insight and clarity, as well as providing a pleasurable escape. In this fun and accessible workshop author, Tracey Emerson, will look at how we can use our memories and experiences as a catalyst for fiction and non-fiction. Using safe, enjoyable exercises, Tracey will explore ways of accessing our memories and examine the fictitious nature of memory itself.
By drawing on our past and present, we can build a path to the future, one word at a time.
All University of the Highlands and Islands staff and students are welcome to join. Email our Library team to secure your spot: firstname.lastname@example.org(this will open in a new window)
Accessibility information: Please contact the organiser in advance.
This event is not organised by Scottish Book Trust therefore we cannot accept any responsibility for its delivery or content.