Things aren’t always as they seem. Sometimes people, experiences, cars, opportunities, and gravity let us down or seem to turn against us. This month’s Stories at the Storey theme is betrayal (loosely interpreted).
We’re looking for true stories about betrayals of the heart, the mind, the body, and anything in between. Sometimes we are betrayed, sometimes we betray other people, other times, we betray ourselves. Whatever the circumstances, however you define “betrayal” we’d love to hear your true story.
Have a true story to share? Email (email@example.com) message, tweet us to sign up for your 3-5-minute (2-4 pages A4) slot.
Not sure you’re ready to read your true story? That’s fine too. Come by and listen. If you would like to share a story but want us to offer some feedback, get in touch. We can help you get your story ready.
When: Thursday, July 26, 7-8 PM
Where: Printroom Café & Bar, The Storey, Lancaster
Sponsored by Lancaster University Graduate College, Stories at The Storey is a pay what you decide event. Order free tickets via Eventbrite.
Naomi Kruger and Yvonne Battle-Felton are writers, educators, workshop leaders, trainers, mentors and creative producers. Between the two of us, we have taught in Higher Education, delivered community workshops, developed a radio show, developed a performance platform, interviewed professionals, created events, managed funding, chaired and presented events, managed events, edited, and more.
How can we help you develop your next literature, community, and/or writing project?
North West Literary Arts offers a range of services. Some of our services are:
2. Editorial services: short stories, novel, character development, conflict, narrative
3. Mentoring: balancing writing life
5. Hosting writing workshops
6. Motivation: writing boot camp: 25 includes writing motivation, time, workshop?
7. Teaching: poetry, prose, script writing
8. Arts management: event planning
9. Social media
11. Interviewing and Chairing
13. Event Organization
We are also interested in collaborations and interdisciplinary research.
There’s a chill in the air, it’s getting dark early, and words are dropping like leaves. You know what that means! It’s time for the North West Literary Arts November Newsletter.
This month we are talking about the launch of the Northern Writers’ Award, reflecting on last month’s theme, and introducing this month’s.
We are ready to launch a podcast. Want to get involved? Get in touch.