Working out what’s worth writing about - A Masterclass with Guy Stagg

26th November - 26th November 2022



Working out what’s worth writing about; a masterclass with Guy Stagg. 
Saturday 26th November, 10am to 3pm, in person.

How do you know whether that personal experience is worth writing about, or not? How best to get it on the page? How best to convey it to a reader? In this masterclass with Guy Stagg participants will use everyday items and their own memories to construct a series of exercises designed to get you thinking – and writing – in vivid detail.  

Guy Stagg is a writer and journalist. After a turbulent period in his life he decided to walk to Jerusalem in what would turn out to be a ten-month pilgrimage via Rome and Istanbul. His account of this time – 2018’s The Crossway – was awarded the Edward Stanford Travel Memoir of the Year in 2019 and has been called ‘a poignant and poetic book’. 


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Tickets are £60. Click here to order.


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All masterclass attendees are entitled to a two-course lunch with hot drink.

Please note that tickets for this event are e-tickets. Book online and have your ticket emailed directly to you – there is no need to print out an e-ticket for a digital event.

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A print and collect service is available to those without access to email facilities for a small charge to cover our admin costs. Call 01244 532350 or email enquiries@gladlib.org for more information. Printed tickets will be available to collect from Reception before the event.