Your words matter! Join Kerry Ryan of @writelikeagrrrl for her Antidiary takeover where she’ll be offering advice and encouragement to help you get your words on the page. Everybody has a story to tell!
Visit the AntiDiary blog from Monday to get involved by writing yourself, commenting, listening, reading, or to take some tips away to help inspire you in your own time. Kerry will be online for the whole week.
If you want to get involved & prefer to handwrite, across the week, we'll be distributing flyers all over Folkestone which include a space on the back to submit your entries. Drop them into our dropbox at the Orange Container in East Yard, and we'll transcribe them for you onto the blog.
This project, hosted by Folkestone Fringe, is part of the “MagiC Carpets” Platform co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. This project has generously been supported by Arts Council England.
Kerry Ryan is the founder of Write like a Grrrl and has facilitated workshops all over the UK, Ireland, and in St Petersburg and Moscow. She has a Masters in Literary Studies and a PhD in Creative Writing.
She has taught Writing for Performance at Spotlight, creative writing for women leaving sex work and domestic abuse survivors and facilitated a year-long LGBTQ creative writing course as part of the Arts Council-funded New Queers on the Block. Her work has been featured in various publications including Steer, The Manchester Review, the Kenyon Review and Spilling Ink. Her play Trust was recently performed at the Gulbenkian Theatre.