WRAP writing toolkit masterclass with Musa Okwonga
A special event for NTU students and staff, featuring WRAP featured writer Musa Okwonga. Join Musa and WRAP programme manager Becky Cullen for a writing toolkit masterclass.
Thursday 27 January, 7 pm to 8.30 pm.
Online via the Virtual Arts Centre.
Want to improve your creative writing skills? Join this term's WRAP featured writer, Musa Okwonga, for a writing toolkit masterclass.
Musa Okwonga is a Ugandan-British writer, poet and musician, currently living in Berlin. His debut novel In The End, It Was All About Love was published in 2020. As a writer, Musa is strongly influenced by his experiences as an immigrant growing up in England and as a black man studying at Eton College and the University of Oxford. His written work explores themes of identity, privilege and belonging, as well as the intersections of class, race and sexuality.
Musa will be sharing his writing, reading inspirations and his top tips for writing and publishing, as well as some of his favourite writing prompts — bring your pen and get started on a new writing journey.
Who is this event for?
This masterclass is only open to current NTU students and staff.
How do I join this event?
This event will take place on the WRAP channel in the Virtual Arts Centre.
Email WRAP to register your interest, or just drop in.