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Writing Workshop, Old Church Centre, Cushendun
17. September 2022 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm£7
As part of Culture Month, Cushendun Old Church Centre is hosting a writing workshop with author Bernie McGill. This will be a practical workshop on the everyday craft of writing with the aim of sparking ideas for new work. Prompts and exercises will be used.
Bernie McGill is the author of two novels: The Watch House* (nominated for the Ireland European Union Prize for Literature in 2019) and The Butterfly Cabinet (named by Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes as his novel of the year in 2012). Her first collection of stories, Sleepwalkers, was shortlisted for the prestigious Edge Hill Prize in 2014. Her new short story collection, This Train is For, was published in June 2022 by No Alibis Press.
Bernie was Writing Fellow with the Royal Literary Fund (RLF) at Queen’s University, Belfast from 2018 to 2020. She is an Associate Fellow of the RLF and works as a Lector (for Reading Round at Coleraine Library) and Writing Facilitator for the organisation, and is a Writing Mentor with the Irish Writers’ Centre. She lives with her family in Portstewart.
Booking for the Writing Workshop is via the Old Church Centre website.
*Please note that Bernie will read from her Rathlin island novel The Watch House at the Old Church Centre at 3pm on Saturday 17th September. Full details and booking on the Old Church Centre website.
- 17. September 2022
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
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- Old Church Centre, Cushendun
1 Church Lane
Cushendun, BT44 0PG United Kingdom + Google Map