Enterprise Hub with Manon Stefan Ros

Thursday, July 22, 2021

Bloc Social - Sense of Place in Writing with Manon Steffan Ros

How to finish what we’ve started.

Sometimes, it isn’t getting ideas that’s the problem – it’s sticking with them! So many of us have a collection of random chapters, half-novels and scribbled down ideas, and in order to move on as writers and creators, it’s key that we develop a way to move past the wall and to finish what we’ve started. We’ve all had that crashing crisis of confidence where we lose interest – or faith – in what we’re doing. Here we’ll discuss how to conquer that wall and take a step closer to being ready to share our work.

Manon Steffan Ros is a novelist, scriptwriter and columnist. She works primarily through the medium of Welsh, but her works have been translated to English, Catalan, Arabic, Polish, Spanish and French. Her novel, Llyfr Glas Nebo, won Welsh Book of the Year, and she has won the Tir Na N’Og prize for children’s fiction five times.

This has been made possible with support from The National Lottery Reaching Communities Fund, Liverpool City Region Covid-19 Emergency Funding and The Steve Morgan Foundation.

This event will include Closed Captions.

Date: Thursday 22nd July

Time: 6pm

Price: Free

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