Ever Thought of Being a Writer? a workshop for teenagers

Grace Wells
 
Ever Thought of Being a Writer?
On Saturday, 30th November writer Grace Wells will hold a one-day workshop for secondary school students in Brewery Lane Theatre, Carrick-on-Suir. Time: 10am – 4pm. This workshop is supported by the South Tipperary Arts Office as part of Connex ’13, the South Tipp Youth Arts Programme, and promises to be a very special opportunity for young writers in the area. There is no fee but places are limited. To book your place please use the contact page here.
Grace Wells won the Eilís Dilon Best Newcomer Bisto Award for her first book, the children’s novel, ‘Gyrfalcon’, which was also an International White Ravens’ Choice. Children’s books, ‘One World, Our World’ and ‘Ice-Dreams’ appeared in 2009. When God has been Called Away to Greater Things, her first collection of poetry, was published by Dedalus Press in May 2010 and won the Rupert & Eithne Strong Best Debut Award.
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