24th of March; Fiction Workshop with Lee Rourke

We are pleased to present a fiction writing workshop led by Lee Rourke, , on Tuesday 24th March at 10.30-12.30. Learn about crafting the perfect piece of fiction from start to finish! Workshop places limited. Please book by emailing Sarah Wardle on S.Wardle@mdx.ac.uk or alternatively use the contact form below.

Lee RourkeLee Rourke is a writer, editor, author and literary critic. He is the author of the short story collection Everyday and the novel The Canal, which won The Guardian’s “Not The Booker Prize”. He is Contributing Editor for 3:AM Magazine, having written for The Guardian, The Independent, TLS, The Observer and the New Statesman, as well as book blogs such as Ready, Steady, Book and blogging at SPONGE!

His novel ‘Vulgar Things’ has been described as ‘poignant and unsettling’, by Eimear McBride. Lee Rourke is a prolific writer who has already been  anthologised in many books worldwide. His writing has been included in ‘Best European Fiction’ published in the US, alongside being including in ‘Writing at the Edge’, ‘The Beat Anthology’ and ‘Best British Short Stories 2011’.

Lee’s also the author of the short story collection Everyday, published by Social Disease Books. He has also published poetry with his debut poetry collection Varroa Destructor being released in 2013,  described as a ‘beautification of boredom’.

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North London Literary Festival 2015 looks forward to hosting Lee Rourke as he conducts an impressive fiction workshop. We look forward to seeing many of you aspiring scriptwriters attend at 10:30am on Tuesday 24th of March. Do tweet or email any questions to North London Literary Festival Twitter account @NorthLdnLitFest or by using the hashtag #NLLF15.

All festival events are free and open to all: students, staff and the public.

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