Formations: Creative writing workshop on writing ‘love’ with Nora Nadjarian
Join Armenian–Cypriot poet and short story writer Nora Nadjarian for a free, online creative writing workshop on the theme of love. Led by writer Eve Makis, this workshop is part of Formations, an ongoing public events programme from Bonington Gallery and NTU's Postcolonial Studies Centre in response to Black History Month and the Decolonisation Agenda.
- From: Wednesday 23 February 2022, 6.30 pm
- To: Wednesday 23 February 2022, 8 pm
- Booking deadline: Wednesday 23 February 2022, 6.00 pm
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In this free and online creative writing workshop, you will work with authors Nora Nadjarian and Eve Makis to explore fresh perspectives on love. How can we make love intimate or silly, surprising or sexy, romantic or sarcastic in our writing? We will be looking at examples of contemporary poetry and flash fiction that will dispel any clichés and energise rehashed ideas you may have on the subject.
Inspired by group discussions, you will be given prompts to write your unique pieces.
This workshop is open to all skill levels.
This event is part of Formations, an ongoing public events programme from Bonington Gallery and NTU's Postcolonial Studies Centre in response to Black History Month and the Decolonisation Agenda. Find out more about upcoming Formations events.
Nora Nadjarian is a poet and writer based in Cyprus. Her work has been placed or shortlisted in various international competitions and has appeared in magazines and anthologies, most recently in Europa 28: Writing by Women on the Future of Europe (Comma Press, 2020), the 2020 National Flash Fiction Day Anthology (UK) and in SAND journal (2021). She has led successful creative writing workshops for the Flash Fiction Festival (2019), the Wirral Poetry Festival and the Cheltenham Poetry Festival (2021).
Eve Makis is the author of four novels, a life-writing guide and an award-winning screenplay. She’s recipient of the Young Booksellers International Book of the Year Award and the Aurora Mardiganian Gold Medal, her works shortlisted for the East Midlands Book Award and the Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize. She teaches fiction on the MA in creative writing at Nottingham Trent University.