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Work in Progress

Thursday 19 November / 19.00 p.m. / Online

 

How do you find a voice when setting out to write fiction? How does a new writer begin to experiment with form, and what is the process of putting together a debut collection of short stories? Vanessa Onwuemezi and Elizabeth O’Connor, the two most recent winners of The White Review Short Story Prize, will discuss these questions in conversation with former judge and Mothers author Chris Power.

 

Register at Eventbrite. A Zoom link will be emailed to attendees on the evening of the event.

 

Tickets are free or pay-what-you-want: restrictions on in-person events due to COVID-19 has meant THE WHITE REVIEW has lost a significant income stream this year. We traditionally sell copies of the magazine, and drinks, at live events, while keeping tickets free. As a registered charity and small arts organisation, we are now offering both free and pay-what-you-want tickets to our online events, in the hope that our supporters will donate a small amount. This goes directly back into the organisation, into the print magazine, free online content, and future events.


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