Resilience as a Writer
7 October @ 18:30 - 20:15
About this event
Experiencing rejection and setbacks can come part and parcel with being a writer, but how do we build the resilience we need to dust ourselves off and start again?
This October, Nikki Dudley joins us for a session that aims to help participants explore what it means to be a writer and how to respond to and deal with rejection. Participants will also discover ways to reflect on rejection, demystify the submissions process and take part in a discussion on how we set goals going forward.
By the end of the workshop, you will have a better understanding and ownership of the term ‘writer’ and the ability to set realistic goals, cope with rejection and explore resilience through writing and discussion.
About Nikki Dudley
Nikki is managing editor of Streetcake magazine and also runs the Streetcake writing prize and MumWrite. She is an experienced workshop facilitator. She has a chapbook and collection with KFS. Beir Bua published her hybrid pamphlet about dementia this year. She is the winner of the Virginia Prize 2020 and her second novel, Volta was published in May 2021.
Twitter at @nikkidudley20
Book your place
Tickets cost £15 for NWS Members and £17 for general admission. Book your place below, or to find out more about joining NWS, head to our membership page.
This workshop will be delivered online via Zoom. A link with access instructions will be emailed to you shortly before the workshop is due to start. If you have any questions about using Zoom, please email us at email@example.com