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 Opportunity: Queer Masterclasses for Bristol Writers

Calling Bristol Writers!

 

Are you a Bristol based LGBTQI+ writer interested in addressing themes of urban renewal, displaced communities, and personal stories?

 

Tom Marshman wants to find a new queer writing family, and with the help of Bristol city council and Quartet Foundation he is bringing journalists, authors, prize-winners, publishers and performers to Bristol to lead 5 x 2 hour masterclasses to a new writing cohort. Interested?

 

We have 15 places, masterclasses will be run from July 2024 – Feb 2025 and we are aiming to share work as part of LGBTQI+ history month in 2025. Participation is free and travel stipends available within Bristol

Mentors

Travis Alabanza: a writer, poet, theatre maker and performer

Karen Mcleod: a writer, performer and creative writing tutor. Who has won the Betty Trask Award and was shortlisted for the Best First Novel Award.

Paul Burston: is an author and a journalist from Wales. He edited, the LGBT section of Time Out and founded the Polari Prize

Joelle Taylor: The author of 4 collections of poetry. Winner of the 2021 TS Elliot Prize &the 2022 Polari Book Prize for LGBT authors

Tom Marshman: Performer, theatre maker and writer

 

How to apply to be part of the new cohort: fill in this application form before Monday 25th July 5pm.

 

Masterclass 1: 7 Sept 2024

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