The aim of the weekend is to stimulate different writing ideas and to work together. The workshop will be varied and hopefully challenging.
There will be a limit of 10 places allocated on a first come, first served basis. Cost €45. (Light home made lunch included). The weekend is intended to be fun and constructive, providing local writers with ideas and characters that can be developed.
For further information and to register, contact Kate Ennals on facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kate Ennals completed the MA in Writing at NUI Galway in 2013, receiving First Class Honours. She has lived in Ireland (Dublin, Cavan, Galway) working with local communities and writing for the last 20 years.
Kate Ennals was highly commended in the Desmond O’Grady Poetry competition in 2012, won 3rd Prize in the Dead Good Poetry Competition, run by Over the Edge and the Galway Rape Crisis Centre in May 2013. This year, she was shortlisted in the Claremorris Theatre Fringe Festival, in the Doolin Short Story competition in 2014 and the Swiftsatire Battle of the Books competition.
She has been published in the Skylight 47 (2013/2014), in Crannog (2013), Boyne Berries, ROPES, and Burning Bush 2 (2014). She also has poems and short stories published in The Galway Review.
Kate also set up and co-ordinates AT the Edge, Cavan