Taking Words to the Edge: Creative Writing Workshop

September 3, 2021 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Frodsham Community Centre
Fluin Lane
Frodsham WA6 7QN
Lynn Pegler, Festival Manager
0333 666 3366

Whether part of our outer or inner landscape, ‘Edgeland’ spaces draw us out of our comfort zone. This unsettling territory is often unobserved or even unnamed, yet edgelands can also be ‘places of possibility, mystery and beauty,’ with the opportunity for a creative response both in our lives and the page. In this workshop, we will seek to identify and explore some of these spaces, to discover what may emerge when we  take our words to the edge.

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  • About Julia


    From writing stories for my younger brother, to penning poems for the School Magazine and filling a growing pile of personal journals, the written word has always been part of my life’s journey.

    I started out as an English Teacher and subsequently retrained as a Counsellor. I have counselled in a GP Surgery and worked with various Employee Assistance Schemes and Charitable Trusts alongside seeing private clients.

    Although I have done some freelance journalism and written four non-fiction books, creative writing has become my main focus in recent years.

    My poems have appeared online on sites including Amaryllis, Silver Birch Press, Clear Poetry, Spilling Cocoa Over Martin Amis, Riggwelter and Ink,Sweat and Tears. I have been published in Curlew and Bucks Mill Magazine, and anthologised in Our Hearts Still Sing. My first poetry collection, Chester City Walls, came out in 2015.

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