The Stories that Make Us: Life-Writing with Hannah Stevens and Will Buckingham
This course, taught by Dr. Hannah Stevens and Dr. Will Buckingham, explores memoir, life-writing, personal essays and creative non-fiction: the fundamentals of writing, questions of imagination, truth and ethics, as well as selling and publishing your work. The language of teaching is English.
Hannah and Will (Wind and Bones: Writing, Creativity, Social Justice) are both widely published writers. Hannah has a PhD in creative writing from the University of Leicester. Her first book-length collection In Their Absence is due out from Roman Books in 2020. She has written for publications including Litro, Unthank Books’s Unthology and High Spirits from Valley Press. Will has a PhD in philosophy. He is the author of eleven books, and is currently working on a book for Granta (UK) called Hello Stranger: Stories of Connection in a Divided World. His publications include essays for Aeon Magazine, the BBC and elsewhere.
This is a twelve-hour, two-day intensive course, taught over a single weekend. It is interactive and demanding, but suitable for all levels of experience. The language of teaching will be English.
Dates: Saturday and Sunday, 8 and 9 February 2020
Time: 11 am – 5:00 pm
Cost: 180 lv.
Location: HOURSPACE, Ivan Vazov 38.
Places are limited.
To book a place, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once you receive confirmation, please make a bank transfer to the Academic Foundation for English and American Studies (AFEAS/ФУАА) bank account no later than 31.01.2020 to reserve your place:
Уникредит Булбанк (Unicredit Bulbank)
Reason for payment: “Creative writing_Your name”.