This second Free University of Brighton event took place on Saturday January 13th Tamsin Hinton-Smith and I were fortunate enough to be joined by thirteen eager writers for this afternoon. The idea of the session was to explore the possibilities of pushing the boundaries of what constitutes 'academic' writing in order to allow in 'creativity' … Continue reading Rivers of Life, Haiku and Writing Into Meaning
A new term has begun and we soon host the next incarnation of the writing into meaning group. This year, we are interested in the idea of different writing/research cultures and the challenges and opportunities of approaching writing as a non-native speaker. On this topic, our first blog post comes from a fantastic doctoral researcher … Continue reading Your first language isn’t english? Me neither.
We spent another wonderful Saturday afternoon running a writing group in the community for the Free University Brighton. This session focused on how we might re-discover ways of approaching writing that feel more joyful, as well as how we might develop our confidence in our own original critical insights through writing. The first part of … Continue reading Finding inspiration and joy in writing