This workshop will explore some key characteristics that are associated with creativity. Topics covered will include getting started, overcoming writers’ block, establishing a writing routine, and some self-nourishing ways of receiving feedback on early drafts. Ideal for those at the early stages of their writing lives.
Limited Spaces – Booking Essential
Time : 10am – 11.30am
Venue : St. Patricks Gateway Centre
Sarah Moore Fitzgerald is an award winning novelist and teacher. By day, she’s an academic based at the University of Limerick where she teaches on the MA in creative writing, runs service learning modules focused on creative writing in the community, and supervises research on creativity and fiction writing.
Sarah has been shortlisted for the CBI book of the year, the Waterstone’s prize and Scotland’s Red Book Award. Her fiction has been translated into sixteen languages, including Japanese, French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Polish, Swedish and Norwegian, and also adapted for the stage (by Patch of Blue theatre company) in London and Edinburgh. Sarah has broadcast creative non-fiction on Sunday Miscellany, and has presented at many festivals and conferences throughout the world. She is one of the UL Creative writing Summer School facilitators and founder of UL’s creative writing winter school for mid-career writers.