Book your place for this talk with Writer in Residence, Michelle Green, on Wednesday 8 January 2020 at West Dean College of Arts and Conservation.
She is a writer and artist, and has performed at many festivals and live events across the UK and beyond, solo and in collaboration with other writers, musicians and visual/digital artists.
She has most recently written for the new Comma Press anthology Protest! Stories of Resistance, looking at working class suffragettes and forced feeding.
Her stories have featured on BBC Radio 4, in Short Fiction Journal, and on the literary mapping app LitNav, with poetry appearing in numerous anthologies, including the recent Stairs and Whispers: D/deaf and Disabled Poets Write Back, the UK's first anthology of poetry, essays, films and photography of its kind, from Nine Arches Press.
Her short story collection, Jebel Marra (Comma Press, 2015), was nominated for a number of national and international awards, and she is now working on her second collection, an audio and digital short story map of Hayling Island.