On Voice in Fiction: A Workshop with Nicole Flattery

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A workshop with exciting, award winning short story writer

A workshop with exciting, award winning short story writer

Cancelled: This workshop has been cancelled and we apologise for any inconvenience. We will be in touch regarding refunds shortly. We hope that you will attend other literature events at the Museum this year. See our What's On for more information about events and workshops.

This is an amazing opportunity to workshop with one of the most exciting contemporary writers of short stories, Nicole Flattery. This workshop will explore voice in fiction, using the work of Otessa Moshfegh, Lorrie Moore, and others as inspiration.

Join Nicole on what will be an excellent, engaging workshop.

Nicole Flattery’s work has been published in the Stinging Fly, White Review, Dublin Review, BBC Radio 4, Irish Times, Winter Papers and will be published in the forthcoming Faber anthology of new Irish writing. Her story ‘Track’ won the 2017 White Review Short Story Prize. She is twenty-nine years old and lives in Galway.
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