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Sabrina Mahfouz Workshop

Saturday 29th April 14:00 - 16:00 at Birmingham

To celebrate the publication of The Things I Would Tell You: British Muslim Women Write, editor Sabrina Mahfouz will host a creative writing workshop for self-identifying women of Muslim heritage who are interested in writing in any form – no experience necessary. 
You will have the opportunity to work on a piece of writing, either poetry, fiction, or creative non-fiction, and will learn creative writing techniques. You’ll also try exercises to help you beat writer’s block and discuss readings around The Things I Would Tell You.
The workshops are open to all self-identifying women of a Muslim heritage, who can be aspiring, emerging or professional writers.
 
Bio: Sabrina is a British Egyptian playwright, poet and screenwriter. Her debut poetry collection, How You Might Know Me was released in 2016 with Out-Spoken Press. Sabrina has been the Sky Arts Academy Scholar for Poetry, Leverhulme Playwright in Residence and Associate Artist at Bush Theatre.

This is a free event but spaces are limited.
To reserve a space, please call us on 0121 633 4353
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Birmingham Waterstones, Birmingham
Saturday 29th April 14:00 - 16:00

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