Extra Sensory Perception — Workshop

‘As writers, we are both motivated and limited by what we can see, hear, touch, taste and smell, by what these senses tell us of the world.  But we are not robots.  These sensory perceptions spark memories: someone’s home, a particular friend, a holiday, hearing good news ‘ or bad ‘ being in a place or time of life.  And that is where writing starts.  Prose or poem, play or advert, the roots will be in a sense-sparked memory that someone, somewhere, had. Come along to the workshop on 7 April 2011 where we will explore beyond what our senses reveal. The workshop will be at Hall Green Library, Birmingham.’ This event is run by the Cannon Hill Writers’ Group.

‘As writers, we are both motivated and limited by what we can see, hear, touch, taste and smell, by what these senses tell us of the world.  But we are not robots.  These sensory perceptions spark memories: someone’s home, a particular friend, a holiday, hearing good news ‘ or bad ‘ being in a place or time of life.  And that is where writing starts.  Prose or poem, play or advert, the roots will be in a sense-sparked memory that someone, somewhere, had. Come along to the workshop on 7 April 2011 where we will explore beyond what our senses reveal. The workshop will be at Hall Green Library, Birmingham.’ This event is run by the Cannon Hill Writers’ Group.