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In this workshop, we shall explore how we can use food in our poetry to explore our stories and personal histories.

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The kitchen is a place of connection; the beating heart of the home. It is a place of ritual; sharing and sustenance. It is a place where knowledge is passed from generation to generation. In this workshop, we shall explore how we can use food in our poetry to explore our stories and personal histories, and how doing so can help us to gain a deeper understanding of ourselves. We will use discussion of selected examples and creative exercises to percolate ideas and to generate first drafts. No culinary expertise is required!

About Louise McStravick

Louise is a writer, performer and educator from Birmingham. Recent work has appeared in Lacuna Lit, Dear Damsels, Clover and White journal and is currently featured as part of UN Women UK's virtual exhibition. She has featured at events across the UK and abroad including, London Literature Festival and on  BBC Radio. Her first collection, 'How to Make Curry Goat,' is out now with Fly on the Wall Press. 


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This popular event is now entering its fifth year and thanks to funding from Arts Council England it is now a regular feature on the city’s calendar.

While this year we are having to do things differently we still have a great variety of entertainment lined up for the three-day festival with over 35 different events.

Visitors will be able to listen to talks, watch performances and take part in practical workshops. All events have been organised with safety in mind.

We will be monitouring Government guidance carefully and will inform you of any changes to events.

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