Granite Noir: Aberdeen’s crime writing festival | Friday 24 - Sunday 26 February 2017
John Bolland and Shane Strachan lead this exploration of the darker side of the North East, recounted in its own words. During the workshop you’ll have a chance to write flash fiction on coorse murther an ill-tricket swickery in Doric (or Aiberdein). Fyvie Confidential? Thi Mastrick Falcon? Fit tale’ll ye tell?
Aberdeen-based Shane Strachan holds a PhD in Creative Writing from the University of Aberdeen and is an Honorary Fellow of the university's WORD Centre for Creative Writing. John Bolland is a writer and artist based in the North-East of Scotland. He is a graduate of Glasgow University’s M.Litt. programme, whose work has appeared in Northwords Now, The London Magazine, Lallans, and Pushing Out the Boat.
There are only 12 places available for this workshop, so book early!
Granite Noir Ticket Discounts
Book for 4-7 events: Get 10% off | 8-12 events: Get 15% off | Full Weekend Pass: £90 inc. bf
(Full Weekend Pass excludes High Tea, Workshops, Family events, PPP & film screenings)