£20 per person
Suitable for ages 7+
Do you love a good story? Do you have a great imagination? Are you always making up your own stories? Then this workshop is just for you!
Young writers (aged 7+) are invited to join me, Tracey Iceton, for this fun, interactive creative writing and storytelling workshop. I’ll help you create cool characters and plan action-packed plots as well as giving you some tips on how to write vivid descriptions and give your characters something to say.
As well as making up your own story you’ll get to produce your own storybook, design a cover for it and do some eye-catching illustrations to go with your story. There will also be chance to read your stories and enjoy some storytelling with me.
Book your place
This 3 hour session is £20 per person. To book your place please contact Tracey directly via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Tracey Iceton
Tracey Iceton is an author and creative writing tutor from Teesside.
Recently awarded her doctorate in creative writing from Northumbria University, she is a qualified English teacher with ten years experience in education and has delivered many creative writing courses and workshops. She won the 2013 HISSAC short story prize for ‘Butterfly Wings’, was runner up in the 2013 and 2014 Cinnamon Press short story competitions with ‘Slag’ and ‘As the world (re)turns’ which appear in the anthologies Journey Planner and Patria. She also won the 2011 Writers Block NE Home Tomorrow Short Story Competition and has been shortlisted for the 2012 Bristol Short Story Competition with ‘Apple Shot’ and the 2015 Mslexia Women’s Short Story Competition for ‘Ask Not’.
Green Dawn at St Enda’s, her debut novel and part one of her Celtic Colours Trilogy, was published by Cinnamon Press in 2016. Part two, Herself Along in Orange Rain, was the creative component of her creative writing PhD and will be published in Oct 2017 by Cinnamon Press with part three appearing in 2019 and plans for a fourth novel, Rock God Complex: The Mickey Hunter Story, to be released in 2020.
She regularly reads her work at literary events. Her stories have appeared in; Prole, Litro, Neon, Tears in the Fence, The Momaya Annual Review, The Yellow Room and Writer’s Muse. Her PhD research, entitled Troubles Women, is a practice-led project exploring the portrayal of female paramilitary protagonists in Troubles fiction.
For more information about her writing and research visit: www.trywriting.co.uk
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