With Eve Ainsworth and Adam Webb
Developing creative projects with young people through schools and community groups is a valuable market for writers. How do you create these opportunities, and how can you, as a writer, offer something really unique and meaningful in your work with this age group?
Eve Ainsworth is an award-winning teen author, experienced school speaker and creative workshop co-ordinator who draws from her extensive work with teenagers managing emotional and behavioural issues to write authentic, honest and real novels for young people. Her acclaimed young adult novels include 7 Days, Crush, Damage, Tender and most recently, Lost, published in June 2019. These books explore real life, contemporary issues that are relevant to teens such as bullying, relationships, grief and mental health concerns.
Adam Webb has worked with children for over 20 years. He has set up after-school programmes in America, supported vulnerable young people in children’s homes and taught English across secondary schools in Brighton and Sussex. In his spare time, he is a photographer, poet and writer. Adam’s current project involves writing vignettes about people’s lives across the city. His vision is to bring all these things together to powerfully impact the creative confidence in young people of Brighton & Hove.
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Location: Ropetackle Arts Centre, High Street, Shoreham-by-Sea, UK
29 September 2019
10:00 am - 11:15 am
£10.00 (£8.00 NWS Friends / Concessions)