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Come to our free writer workshops

Open to all 14 - 25 year olds, Letters of Solidarity is offering free workshops to help you get started with your writing!

Join our free creative writing workshops led by Nottingham writers

Eve Makis

Eve Makis
July 18th

Join Eve for a fun and friendly letter writing workshop, as part of the Letters of Solidarity project!

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Panya Banjoko

Panya Banjoko
August 15th

Join Panya for a fun and friendly letter writing workshop, as part of the Letters of Solidarity project!

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Ioney Smallhorne

Ioney Smallhorne
September 12th

Join Ioney for a fun and friendly letter writing workshop, as part of the Letters of Solidarity project!

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Register for a free writing workshop conducted online via Zoom. You'll work with a professional writer to develop ideas, try out writing prompts and share your ideas if you want to! This is a brilliant way to work on your writing and learn how to write a letter as part of our Letters of Solidarity project.

These workshops are open to 14-25 year olds, and there are limited spaces to ensure the group size is small and friendly. You'll have the chance to ask as many questions as you want. A representative from Nottingham City of Literature will be in attendance, too.

If you've already completed the Activity Pack and you're not sure what the next step is, you could try a workshop.

The workshop will focus on ideas development and getting started with your letter. You'll be supported by the group and the writer to present your ideas - but only if you want to. This is an excellent way to get a strong starting point for a Letter of Solidarity. Remember - the best 50 letters will be published!

We recommend these workshops to anyone who is feeling unsure about their creative writing, to new writers, and to anyone eager to improve their writing.

Go back to the project page here.

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