Two May Workshops: READeasy & WordLab!

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INKY FINGERS WORDLAB
“Anxiety and the Writer”, with Eliza Langland

Saturday 7th May, 2-4pm
Action Room, Forest Café, Bristo Place, Edinburgh
FREE

Building on our hugely popular monthly open mic (fourth Tuesday) and writers’ groups (second Thursday), Inky Fingers is launching a new series of special free workshops, where the best of local and national writing and performing talent will be sharing their skills. Each month, one of our open mic feature performers will be running a workshop to stimulate your brains and help you expand the horizons of your writing and performance.

Eliza Langland is a writer and actress with over thirty years experience in professional theatre and radio who now runs her own practice in Edinburgh as an e-motivational coach and hypnotherapist. In this workshop she’ll be exploring why and how people write, and how anxiety can both fuel and impede the writing process. Come to explore your own writing and discover new possibilities in your work!

Places are limited: e-mail inkyfingersedinburgh@gmail.com to sign up.

Find Inky Fingers online at https://inkyfingersedinburgh.wordpress.com, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=101994993200164, and on Twitter @InkyFingersEdin.

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INKY FINGERS READEASY
Thursday 12th May
6 – 9pm
Forest Front  Room
FREE

We’ve set up the  READeasy Writers’ Group to be a safe and encouraging
space for writers to meet up, hear their words read, and get
constructive critical feedback.  It’s open to writers of any style,
experience, identity and genre — but places each month are limited. To
secure a slot, e-mail inkyfingersedinburgh@gmail.com in advance with
your name and a piece of your writing attached — and then just come
along on the night with cake and a ready mind. See the Writers’ Group
page for full instructions (including length limits):
https://inkyfingersedinburgh.wordpress.com/writers-group/

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