Essex Book Festival: Wild Writing Workshop with James Canton

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Essex Book Festival: Wild Writing Workshop with James Canton

Saturday 14 March 2020 | 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

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James Canton is a nature and travel writer who leads the MA in Wild Writing at University of Essex. Join James for a workshop which delves into the nature that exists in the cracks between our human constructs, in the wilds just a few feet from our doors. Work with words, reframe your view of how you see the wild, and become mindful of the living landscapes that exist around us.

Essex Book Festival is one of the highlights of the Essex cultural calendar. Each March it hosts over 100 events in over 45 venues across the county, including theatres, libraries, schools, universities, cafes and art galleries. Find out more: www.essexbookfestival.org.uk.

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Standard £25.00 27 years and under £15.00

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Saturday 14 March 2020 | 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

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