Next other other shizzle at The Flying Duck.

30 Jul

The next Forge of the Wordsmiths night is taking place at Glasgow’s Flying Duck Club again, since it was such a smashing venue last time.Thanks Barney, Del, John and crew!

The full line-up will be announced shortly, but in the meantime we have an open call for performance proposals.

3 Minute Heroes – there are 3 minute slots available for fiction and poetry for the 3 Minute Heroes showcase. Send 500 words to forgeofthewordsmiths@gmail.com

Proposals for longer slots are welcome, these are available for writers who have collaborated with another type of creator of some sort, or perhaps worked across artforms. So for example, poetry plus visuals, prose plus film, short story plus juggling, haikus plus interpretative dance. Essentially if you have something which goes beyond a conventional reading, get in touch.

Indeed, if you are a writer who has yet to collaborate in a multimedia way with a different type of medium, but think that you quite fancy the idea, get in touch at forgeofthewordsmiths@gmail.com and we can try to hook you up with a compatible collaborator.

Finally if you are a visual artist, illustrator, animator, film-maker, musician or other type of creative mastermind who would like to collaborate with a writer on a work for performance, email forgeofthewordsmiths@gmail.com and we will attempt some matchmaking magic.

Forge of the Wordsmiths @ The Flying Duck

Sunday 29th August, 6pm-12

Door tax – Four British pounds sterling

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One Response to “Next other other shizzle at The Flying Duck.”

  1. Poetry is all I live for, I don't even like people August 21, 2010 at 9:48 pm #

    Looks good.

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