Don't Tell Stories: Tales From The City

Sat 15 October 2011 4pm

  • Don't Tell Stories founder, Rachel Newsome

Write tales - real and imagined - about the city, and explore the stories which urban spaces can open up with writing project Don’t Tell Stories. Suitable for seasoned scribes and those new to writing, alike. A literary response to Post Works' exploration of the city as stage set, and the flip side of urban life.

Founded by author and lecturer, Rachel Newsome, Don’t Tell Stories are imaginative writing workshops featuring written exercises, group feedback, a look at contemporary and classic authors, and space to imagine for the curious and creative in everyone.

Rachel Newsome is author of the Dundee International Book Prize short-listed novel, As It Was In The Beginning, and has seven years' teaching experience in journalism and media writing at The University Of Greenwich. She is editor of a collection of essays on ideas in art, to be published by Gavin Turk, and is a former Editor of Dazed & Confused.

RSVP essential. Workshop numbers strictly limited. Please email events[at] to secure attendance