Wednesday 20th May

Tony Wailey: Life Writing Workshop
Venue: Facebook
Time: 10am

Tickets: Free

Life writing is more than simply putting words down on paper, it’s a process of feeling, remembering and shaping your experiences. This workshop, led by Tony Wailey,historian and author of eight books, including pocket size novels and three collections of poetry, is designed to develop your awareness of those inner and outer ways of thinking, feeling, knowing and realising. Using the documentary from Your Local Arena, The Football Men, we will look at Busby, Stein and Shankly to piece together a tale. No interest or knowledge of football is required.
 
Tony Wailey is ahistorian and the author of eight books including pocket size novels and three collections of poetry. Originally a seaman, his work concerns the cosmopolitan nature of the maritime city. He wrote Edgy Cities with Steve Higginson which featured in the 2007 Writing on the Wall festival and spoke at the festival on the work of George Garrett.
 
Click the link to read Tony’s evocative memoir of Liverpool FC’s 1965 Europa Cup match against FC Köln, written in 1998 in response to a piece by Jurgen Kisters of the same football match: http://www.eightdaysaweek.org.uk/fckoln2000.htm
 
Tony will offer feedback on the first 8 pieces (500 words max) sent into This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., between 20th May and Friday 5th June.

 



All ticket donations from this event go to Fans Supporting Foodbanks, South Liverpool Domestic Abuse Services and WoW.