Abergavenny Writing Festival
This week Tyler is bouncing from one event to another, to the extent that we at his publicity team can hardly keep up (it would help if he kept us even moderately informed, say, more than a night in advance). But regardless: just back from his reading at the launch of Upshots, the London Short Story Prize anthology, on Tuesday night, Tyler is getting ready to start off the inaugural Abergavenny Writing Festival in his hometown, with his workshop on the Creative Process. Here's the low-down:
In this workshop, award-winning author and Creative Writing lecturer Tyler Keevil will guide participants through the initial stages of the creative process. How important is a writing space? Where do writers get their ideas from? And once you have an idea, what ways can you develop it? This interactive session will use writing exercises and lively discussion to examine these areas and more. It is aimed at beginning and aspiring writers looking to find out more about the craft, and have some fun while doing so.
It goes without saying that Tyler is very much looking forward to this event on home turf, and afterwards he's even granting us hard-earned publicists a bit of leave, so we can enjoy the rest of the readings and fun the festival has to offer, including events with Rachel Trezise, Penny Thomas, D.D. Johnston, Jonathan Edwards, Mark Blayney, and Matthew Plumb. See you there!