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Workshop with Suzanne Joinson

Workshop with Suzanne Joinson

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Award-winning writer and academic, Suzanne Joinson hosts a workshop on the theme of landscape.

Suzanne has had two novels published with Bloomsbury UK and US, A Lady Cyclist's Guide to Kashgar and The Photographer's Wife.

She regularly writes for The New York Times, Guardian, and a wide range of other places. She is a Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at the University of Chichester teaching fiction, memoir and place-writing, and has a strong interest in writing about landscape and the South of England.

She recently wrote a pandemic journal for Little Toller. Click here for more.

When you book for this event you will recieve a confirmation email followed by a second email with all of the links and information you will need closer to the time of the event. Please note that this is an online workshop and will take place via Zoom.

Inspired by Autumn Reads? Our friends at Canterbury Christchurch University Bookshop are offering all the titles related to our festival at a discounted rate including The Photographers Wife by Suzanne Joinson. Click here for more information

Autumn Reads: Modern Nature is a new online festival exploring the written work of artist and filmmaker Derek Jarman. Through a programme of talks, workshops, films and more we invite you to discover the themes and ideas held within these diaries.


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