Wednesday, 17 June 2015

From Talking on the Radio to Talking Tales

I was on Ujima Radio a couple of weeks back, being interviewed by Cheryl Morgan about flash fiction, Flash Fiction Day and various events in Bristol on the day and leading up to it. I read out a couple of stories — "In Love and Debt" and "AutoKnowMe" — and we talked about the flash edition of BristolCon Fringe (Monday 22nd June) and the workshop, readings and drinks on Flash Fiction Day (Saturday 27th June). You can find a recording of the programme via Cheryl's blog. You can also read more about the forthcoming Flash at the Fringe on Joanne Hall's blog.

Speaking of workshops, I had the good fortune to attend Clare Reddaway's Writing for Performance workshop last Saturday. I hope to blog about this in more detail at some point.

And, to wrap things up, on Monday this week I read "Star Signs" at the second Talking Tales. That was great fun, with some other excellent readings.

The next post? Either very soon and I'll be writing about a workshop I gave or attended, or not so soon and I'll be looking back on Flash Fiction Day.

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