which the seeds of a short story can present themselves, and the process of finding your own voice.
Designed for those who have always wanted to assay the short story, or who are already underway, the workshop will consist of on-site writing exercises together with discussion of the various elements of fiction: from language and theme to how is a story set, and how do we go about peopling it in persuasive fashion?
Short-story writer and novelist Anthony Glavin served as editor of ‘New Irish Writing’ in the Irish Press from 1987-88, and as a commissioning editor for New Island Books from 1994 to 2004. Author of a novel, Nighthawk Alley, and two short story collections, One for Sorrow and The Draughtsman and The Unicorn, his stories have also appeared in Phoenix Irish Short Stories, Best Irish Short Stories,ShortStory International, The Irish Tatler, An Gael, The Journalof IrishLiterature, New Dubliners: Stories to Celebrate 100 Years of Joyce’s Dubliners, The Faber Book of Irish Short Stories 2006/7, The News from Dublin: New Irish Short Stories (Faber 2011).
Anthony will read from his work on Saturday October 20th at 8pm. Admission is free for workshop participants and €5 for the general public.
Course Fees & Booking Information
Fee Per Workshop : €130.00
- The fee includes all tuition. It does not include accommodation, meals and transport to and from Listowel.
- Light refreshments will be available at break times.
- A non-refundable deposit of €50.00 is required when booking your course. The balance is due 2 weeks prior to commencement of the workshop.
- All payments should be made in €uro. All major credit cards are accepted. Cheques should be made payable to The Seanchaí Centre.
- Seanchaí reserves the right to cancel the course at short notice. In this event, a full refund will be made.
- Courses will run from 10 am to 4 pm Saturday and Sunday. Daily times may be subject to change, and participants will be notified of any changes prior to the workshop.
- The workshop director will agree appropriate break times with participants on arrival.
- Places are limited. Strict priority will be given to those who register 4 weeks in advance of the workshop.
- Where participants are asked to submit work, this should be done at least 2 weeks in advance of the workshop.
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