Classic Crime Fiction Writing Workshop – Agatha visits Tavistock Library

Poster kindly created by Barbara Fenton a Friend of Tavistock Library

Thursday the 21st of October

(10am until 12.30).

Details: Booking essential as the number of places are limited.

Tickets available from Tavistock Library (Devon)

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Tickets: £4.00 to include a work pack detailing the contents of the workshop

Facilitator: Myfanwy (Vanni) Cook

(A fund raising activity for the Friends of Tavistock Library).



Feedback back from previous workshops:

‘Going Gothic – A creative Gothic writing short fiction workshop inspired by music and songs with a Gothic edge’ such as Hector Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique (1830), Mussorgsky’s Night on Bald Mountain (1867) Kate Bush, Siouxsie and the Banshees and Trad-Goth music.

Feedback from creative participants who attended this workshop:

“Inspiring Workshop! Could there be a sequel?”

“A great workshop. I had a wonderful time and went away with all sorts of ideas to explore. Amazing to fit so much great stuff into just two hours. Thank you, Myfanwy.”

“Excellent workshop, very informative. Interesting the use of music with the rhythm of writing Gothic material.”

“Thank you- inspiring 2 hours. Choice of music good basis. Is constant beat of popular music consistent with rush (horror) of modern life = Gothic tale?”

“As fascinating, enlightening and motivating as ever- thank you Vanni (Myfanwy)”