Literary Lancashire Through Time - Workshop. Saturday 11th June. 2pm-3.30pm
Jun, 2 2016
~The summer months have officially begun. This could mean going on that expensive cruise you’ve been planning for months. Visiting relatives in far out places. Or simply reading a good book that can while away the hours whilst you sip a glass of sangria in your back garden.
Not all of us can admit we enjoy reading but for those that do it’s important to work out how the writer has developed the story throughout the book. Perhaps it’s a book of poetic justice and the rhythmic formula is something your enjoying.
Whether it be a novel with a beginning, middle and end or simply a book of established poems that captures your imagination it’s apparent the writer has used specific means of inspiration to create their piece of work.
As part of an exciting creative writing opportunity and using archives relating to Lancashire’s literary connections as inspiration, the Preston Poets Society, Korova Poets and Lancashire Archives are collaborating together to explore past writing origin in a new concept called ‘Literary Lancashire Through Time- Workshop.
It’s scheduled to take place on Saturday 11th June 2016 at 2- 3.30pm. It will be based at Lancashire Archives on Bow Lane, Preston. The cost is completely free of charge.
For more information contact the organiser behind the event :- Phil Howard. You can email him on firstname.lastname@example.org. Or by phone on 01772 745 808.