Thursday 23rd May

I want you to know: A Writing Workshop for Refugees and People from Refugee Families
Venue: Bluecoat, 8 School Lane, Liverpool, L1 3BT
Time: 3.30pm
Tickets: Free, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to book your place

This is a writing workshop for refugees to tell their stories. Many times, refugees are asked to talk about why they became refugees. We’ll be focusing on stories that you want to tell, whatever those stories might be. The workshop is open to refugees at all levels of writing experience.  It is part of Barbed Wire Fever, a creative exploration of what it means to be a refugee (funded by Arts Council England).

Linda Mannheim's most recent book is Above Sugar Hill (Influx Press), stories of a one-time New York City landmark that became known for its high homicide rate and heroin trade. Her work has appeared in 3:AM Magazine, Ambit, Catapult Story, Litro, and Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. She recently launched Barbed Wire Fever, which explores what it means to be a refugee through writing and literature, supported by Arts Council England. Originally from New York, she has lived in London for the past 15 years and is currently in Berlin doing research for her next project.


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