Tags: Glasgow

10 Techniques for Fiction Writers

10 TECHNIQUES FOR FICTION WRITERS (Day School) 1.30-5.30pm (with breaks) Sat 29th June 2024 Glasgow Join us for this discussion of 10 literary techniques that can be employed in multiple ways to create better short stories and novels. Using examples from a range of published fiction and through in-class writing tasks, we’ll develop new thoughts […]

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Live Literary Event, Glasgow, Sat 14 Oct 2023

Click for tickets here On Saturday 14th October, 7pm till late, thi wurd presents its second major literary event of 2023. This takes place at 'The Dining Hall' in Glasgow University Union. The night will feature readings of fiction, non-fiction and poetry. There will be live music, screenings, curated playlists, film reels, stalls, visual art [...]
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New Summer ‘Writing Fiction’ Classes from thi wurd (2023)

thi wurd’s new term of classes begin in the next few days and spaces are available. To sign up, or for further details, please contact editor@thi-wurd.com. IN-PERSON CLASS (5 AUG)  – Our first in-person class since 2020 begins Saturday 5 August, 2-5pm in Glasgow’s west end and runs for 7 weeks. This class costs £160. ONLINE […]

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Dialogue in Fiction (Day School)

Date: Saturday 17th June, 2023 Time: 2pm – 5.30pm Venue: Glasgow University Union, Glasgow Format: In-person class Places: Limited to 20 Tutor: Alan McMunnigall Click to book a place HERE On Saturday 17th June 2023, 2pm – 5.30pm, thi wurd will present its first in-person class for more than three years. The price is just £40 [...]
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Literary Event at Glasgow University Union, 21 April 2023

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE thi wurd’s first major literary event of 2023 takes place on Fri 21 April at the iconic venue of Glasgow University Union, Debates Chamber. All money raised will go towards our next publications. (Glasgow University Union) Since 2012, thi wurd has gained a reputation for putting on immersive nights of literature and [...]
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What’s Happening at thi wurd (autumn/winter 22)

    For a number of reasons autumn/winter 2022 is an extremely exciting time for us. This November we celebrate 10 years of indie publishing. In the same month we also publish our new anthology of fiction, poetry and experimental writing, entitled ‘Alternating Current’, a book that is the culmination of 15 months of work. […]

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