Elspeth Wilson is a writer and poet who is interested in exploring the limitations and possibilities of the body through writing, as well as writing about joy and happiness from a marginalised perspective. Her debut poetry pamphlet is published by Bent Key Publishing and explores complicated topics through the vector of pop culture, taking in the Sims, Vampire Diaries and Twilight amongst others. She can usually be found in or near the sea
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POP CULTURE with Elspeth Wilson
Monday 17 April
7pm-9pm BST online
What if we could use our favourite lyrics or TV plotlines to inspire our best creativity yet? What can other imagined worlds reveal about our own?
This playful masterclass will use pop culture to explore writing about hope, happiness and connection through considering our favourite games, movies, TV shows and music.
Let’s explore how the different worlds we love and that fascinate us can be used as a jumping off point to explore our own narratives and stories.
No matter whether you’re published or have never written before, this workshop will skill you up and support your creative practice whatever stage you’re at.
This is an online workshop & numbers are limited.
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