A workshop and competition with the pros!

A workshop and competition with the pros!

Mark Billingham ~ Crime Novelist

Judi Sutherland ~ Poet

Piers Black Hawkins ~ Playwright

Julian Sedgwick ~ Graphic Novelist

As part of this summer’s Ampthill Festival, we invite you to join us for an exciting LitFest workshop and competition. Ink It! gathers together some of the most innovative creators in Britain today to guide you in producing a piece of original work in one of the following forms: Crime Story, Poetry, Graphic Novel, or Script for Stage/Screen. You will be provided with a theme, props and other inspiring prompts. Prizes will be awarded in two categories: ages 11-15 and 16+ (adults included). Recognition will be for:

Best Line

Best Twist

Best Created Character

Best in Competition

Winning entries will be read out or displayed at the Ampthill LitFest (16-17 July 2016) and published in the Ampthill LitFest Yearbook 2016. An entry fee of £5 is required to cover course materials, beverages and snacks. The workshop is available for those 11 years of age or older. Spaces are limited. To register your interest and reserve your space for Ink It! email your Name and Date of Birth to:

LitFest@ampthillfestival.co.uk.

Join us for this thrilling day of working with professional writers and maybe even become a published author yourself! It would be a crime to miss it!

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