Two hours of flash heaven this morning with Tania Hershman on her #flashfiction workshop. Excellent #writing exercises (I have 3 new micros at least!) & thoughtful, intelligent tips. ‘Liberation through constraint’ is my new mantra.” Tracy F, 2020

Didn’t think I had it in me, but here I am at 8am EST, with four new flash story drafts written in the past two hours, thanks to Tania Hershman & her fab writing exercises… Thank you, Tania I’ve been writing, but not freely. This forced me to let go, something I have a very hard time doing with my writing. So grateful to Tania.” Janice L, 2020

“Brilliant flash fiction workshop with @taniahershman¬†this morning. Came away with 4 drafts and now I need a nap! Also lovely to hear Tania echo my own sentiments of the line between poetry and flash being so thin” Sarah S, 2020

“I haven’t written anything new in months and this was exactly the kickstart I needed!!!” Marina S, 2020

 

I love to perform my short stories, poems and hybrids, give talks about all aspects of creative writing and run writing workshops. If you’d like to invite me, please drop me an email and we can discuss fees and dates!¬† [email protected]

 

2021

Feb 8th 7.30pm UK time Jo Bell, Ailsa Holland and I will be talking about and reading from our forthcoming On This Day She book at a live online event organised by the British Library in association with Warwickshire Libraries. More details here >>

March I will be reading a new commissioned short story on the subject of ethical artificial intelligence at an online event, more details soon.

April Booking is now open for a brand new, 4-week online course I will be running for the London Lit Lab – Science-Flavoured Writing! No scientific knowledge needed, just bring pen, paper and curiosity. Subsidized places are available. All the details are here.

May I will be the guest reader at a short story course at the Garsdale Retreat tutored by Linda Cracknell. Booking details here: https://thegarsdaleretreat.co.uk/courses/fiction-writing-making-up-truths-3/

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