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Writing Place Beyond the Binary: a workshop

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Writing place beyond the binary: a practical workshop exploring non-and-beyond-binary approaches to place writing.

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The ‘edge effect’ describes the nuanced diversity that exists at points where two ecosystems overlap – land and water, forest and grassland. A resonant metaphor for those of us who live at one or more social or experiential edgelands, places rich with complexity and innovation.

This writing workshop will be a non-binary, more-than-non, multi, fluid, oscillating and intricate investigation of the unique and fiercely felt otherlands, the places we exist, as well as the environments where we create and are created by place.

The workshop will be held on Zoom, using audio, camera, and text (chat box). We are committed to creating access-enabled events, so please get in touch if you have any particular access needs (including executive functioning and neurodiverse-related needs) and we’ll do our best to meet them. All genders welcome.

Mish Green is a UK-based writer working in poetry, short fiction, spoken word and hybrid non-fiction. They are currently writing a map of sea-level stories based on Hayling Island, following their critically-acclaimed debut collection in 2015 - Jebel Marra, with Comma Press. Their work often explores the overlaps of class, gender, disability and immigration, and they recently edited TransBareAll, an anthology of writing and art by transgender and non-binary artists. More at www.mishgreen.co.uk

We're committed to paying our contributors when they join us for discussions and performances. There is no fixed price for this event - please feel free to donate whatever you can afford. All donations will be used for WomenTalkPlace events.

Once you've registered for tickets on the Eventbrite link, you will be sent a Zoom link for the event on Wednesday 28 July at 4.00pm. There are a limited number of places at this workshop.

WomenTalkPlace want to start conversations with all who find inspiration from their environment, whether for acts of creativity, philosophical debate, or as a guide for day-to-day living. This event is one of a series: follow us @womentalkplace to keep in touch with upcoming events.

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