PERFORMANCE poet Carly Brown, known for her lively and witty readings, will lead a workshop in Inverness on writing for performance.
She will demonstrate the process of writing poems that come to life in performance, using examples from her work.
The workshop, organized by HighlandLIT, takes place at the Glen Mhor Hotel, Inverness on Tuesday 17 May at 6.30pm. It will also be streamed live on Zoom. Anyone over 16 is welcome.
It’s free for HighlandLIT members and £5 for everyone else.
Originally from Austin, Texas, and now living in Edinburgh, Ms Brown is known for her spoken word poetry which she says struggles “with ideas of home, growth, feminism and relationships”.
She has performed at the Glastonbury Festival, the StAnza Poetry Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe.
She is the author of a best-selling children’s picture book, I Love St Andrews, and a first poetry pamphlet, Grown Up Poetry Needs to Leave Me Alone.
For more information, contact the HighlandLIT website, https://www.highlandlit.com/events
HighlandLIT, which meets regularly in Inverness and streams live on Zoom, aims to be a haven of mutual support and inspiration for experienced and new writers alike.