Join Graham and Jenni talking to Daniel Baker on Cambridge 105’s Breakfast Show, this Sunday at 10.30. If you’re out of the area, you can also listen online.
This week’s Royston Crow carries a very good article on Cracked Voices and all the related events.
On Monday 9 October, Graham held a workshop at Royston Museum with ten students from Meridian School. We explored the stories behind objects and students chose objects they would like to write about in their own song cycle.
We can’t wait to help them develop their ideas further…
Many thanks to Royston Museum for welcoming us in (even into their storeroom!).
Booking is now open for Graham’s Royston Arts Festival creative writing workshop: Everything Changes: a writing workshop exploring place and time. It will take place at Royston & District Museum & Art Gallery on Saturday 23 September 2017, 2- 4.30pm (£5, Book your place now. )
About the workshop: Whether you’re a beginner in creative writing or a more advanced writer looking for ideas, this half-day workshop will help you shape a setting for your story, blog or poem. Using historic photos from the Museum’s storeroom, it will provide an opportunity to discover how a sense of change and place can inspire your own writing.*
About the workshop leader: Graham Palmer is a member of the National Association of Writers in Education (NAWE) who has published three books with CUP. He is currently working on a historical biography and a sequence of poems which will form the basis of a new song-cycle, Cracked Voices, with local composer Jenni Pinnock.
*This workshop may also prove useful to those preparing for the Creative Writing element in the GCSE English exam.
Missed Jenni and Graham on Jeremy Sallis’s ‘Lunchtime Live’ on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire ? Catch up here (2’19+). Includes part of ‘The Devil & The Draper’ premiere sung live by the Meridian School chamber Choir, Royston.