Kerry Ryan is the founder of Write like a Grrrl and has facilitated workshops all over the UK, in Ireland and in St Petersburg and Moscow. She has a Masters in Literary Studies and a PhD in Creative Writing. She has been creative agony aunt for Dear Damsels, taught Writing for Performance at Spotlight, creative writing for women leaving sex work and domestic abuse survivors and LGBTQ+. Her writing has been featured in various publications including Steer, The Manchester Review, the Kenyon Review and Spilling Ink. Her play Trust was performed at the Gulbenkian Theatre.
Sunday 13th Nov 6-8pm
Online via zoom
Any questions at all, please drop us a line and we’ll be happy to help!
Welcome to Nourish
13 Nov Sunday
6pm to 8pm online
It’s the second of our Nourish meet ups! Don’t worry if you didn’t manage the first one though. It’s going to be a WLAG love-in and we’re going to generate lots of creative writing
Come together with other third course grads to set our intentions, see where we’re at in our creative practice, nurture our inner artist and quieten the inner critic, strengthening all we’ve learned on our WLAG journey.
We’ll also take part in generative writing exercises so we can really remind ourselves of the joy of writing and even better, we’ll be doing it together!
Payment is offered on a sliding scale. Do contact WLAG if you’d like to book & pay later or would like a concession…
Payment is offered on a sliding scale
Please use the ‘add to cart’ option below to book your place.
Nourish Sunday 13 Nov£9.99 – £29.99
What Students Say…
“Kerry Ryan’s Write Like a Grrrl workshops were perfectly pitched, informative, inclusive, and empowering. Kerry creates a non-threatening space to explore our ideas and produce valuable work in class. Her teaching style is informal and supportive – exactly what we need.”
“I really enjoyed Kerry’s writing workshops. She created a conducive atmosphere for writing, making it friendly and collaborative. It was also a good mixture of practical exercises and useful advice. I would definitely attend a course run by Kerry again.”
“The course was fantastic. Without Kerry’s great lesson on ‘How to start writing and keep going’ I would not be writing at all, but I have now managed to do so regularly for the last year.”
“Kerry was an incredible tutor! She was supportive, encouraging and fun. I loved the fact that everything was up for discussion and she never talked down to us. She created a really friendly and relaxed atmosphere. The course was also so well structured, really easy to follow and never felt daunting or difficult. She was just brilliant!”