Irish Writers Centre Climate Writing Group: Writing for a Change. Session One
Dates: Wed 7 July 2021
Time: 7 pm - 9 pm
Duration: 2 hours
Course Level: Writers of all genres and levels
All Irish Writers Centre remote courses take place on Irish Standard Time (GMT)
Please join us for the first session of the Irish Writers Centre Climate Writing Group: Writing for a Change. There is no fee for attending these sessions, they are a gift to all writers to take away and use in their work.
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The IWC is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and we want to make an impact on our world going forward.
Writing for Change is a series of information and writing sessions for a disparate group of writers.
The overall theme is awareness of the planet and encouraging writers to promote positive climate solutions in their work.
It will take place once a month for the duration of 2 hours and will be open to writers of every genre, not just those who write about climate change.
Lynn Buckle is a qualified adult education tutor whose fiction and poetry reflect on social themes. Her debut novel The Groundsmen was published by époque press in 2018, followed by several anthologies and literary articles. Lynn's second novel What Willow Says was published by epoque press in May. In it, she explores nature, landscape, and place from a disability perspective. Lynn is part of the world-wide Climate Writers movement, seeking to affect change through her fiction. She currently represents Ireland as a UNESCO City of Literature Virtual Writer in Residence 2021 at the UK’s National Centre for Writing.
Nessa O'Mahony, poet, author, and editor of Empty House, an anthology of poetry and prose on the climate crisis.
Dr Mary Black, medic, writer, and a director of the National Centre for Atmospheric Science UK.