The John Hewitt International Summer School has come to Armagh for its 35th year. The busy five-day festival of literature, arts and politics is due to start on Monday July 25 at the Market Place Theater in Armagh.
The John Hewitt International Summer is a landmark event in the cultural calendar that welcomes local, national and international writers and thinkers from literature, politics, media and the arts. It celebrates the joy of writing and speaking in all its forms, from poetry to politics, from prose to performance.
Championing the best in writing, it provides platforms for established and emerging literary talent to inspire each other and inspire audiences. With a reputation as a powerful forum for exchanging views on a wide range of issues – literary, political, ethical, social or cultural – we strive to encourage writers and readers to take risks and find pleasure in writing and literature.
Creative Writing Workshop Course:
Seven courses are offered:
- each workshop lasts two hours and takes place over three days
- all workshops are at the same time
- Participants must attend all three workshop sessions
- All tutors are experienced creative writing facilitators and published authors
- Places are limited – advance booking is essential
The workshops include:
- Detective Fiction – with Sharon Dempsey
- Memory workshop – with Malachi O’Doherty
- Novel Writing (First Chapters) – with Bernie McGill
- Advanced Poetry Workshop – with Siobhán Campbell
- Poetry workshop – with Maureen Boyle
- A short story – with Nicola Harlow
- Writing a radio play – with Dónall Maccathmhaoill
The full itinerary for all workshops is available here.
Monday July 25, Tuesday July 26, Thursday July 28
Tickets £66.00 | 2:45 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.
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