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Sat, 20 Jul

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Todmorden

Flashes of Inspiration: A Very FAE Day Flash Fiction Workshop

Come and join an informal bunch of inkers, thinkers and amateur scribes as we dip our toes into short form story telling

Flashes of Inspiration: A Very FAE Day Flash Fiction Workshop
Flashes of Inspiration: A Very FAE Day Flash Fiction Workshop

Time & Location

20 Jul 2024, 16:00 – 18:00

Todmorden, 65 Halifax Rd, Todmorden, 5BB OL14 5BB, UK

About the event

Back by popular demand: Flashes of Inspiration - A Very FAE Day

Come and join an informal bunch of inkers, thinkers and amateur scribes as we dip our toes into short form story telling. Over the afternoon we’ll take phrases and themes as our mutual jumping off point, work at a leisurely pace alongside each other, then share our scribblings with the group (optional of course!) Flash Fiction is a purposefully petite literary form (in this instance, containing no more than 250 words) so there’s no pressure to write the next Shakespearian epic. Expect the nonsensical, the poetic, and the mundane. Everything has its place and no level of previous experience is expected or required. The workshops will be led by Stefanie Elrick of FAE Club which gathers on the first Fri of every month to celebrate art and oddness. FAE Club is a group of friendly cinephiles intent on working their way through the Centre’s extensive archive. They also love a good natter about art and cultural peculiarities and are passionate advocates of biscuits. FAE Club attendance is not required for this workshop.

Stefanie Elrick is a writer and performer from Todmorden, West Yorkshire. She made her debut in Martian Migraine’s Press's 'Cthulhusattva: Tales of the Black Gnosis', has featured in Comet Press’s Year’s Best Hardcore Horror, Apex Magazine and won Forbidden Future’s Great Weird Fiction Write Off. She is the proud mother of a pint-sized tornado and wife of an undercover wizard. 

www.stefanieelrick.com

Tickets

  • Ticket for entry

    £5.00
    +£0.13 service fee

Total

£0.00

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