The Teesside Literary Society will be bringing together creative individuals on campus once again next Friday, 13th November, meeting at 4.30pm in Room T1.03 (1st Floor, The Curve).
The inaugural meeting was very well attended and a positive, welcoming atmosphere was generated which allowed writers to open up and share work publicly for the first time. It was very encouraging to see Level 4, Level 5 and Level 6 English Students in attendance (both Purists and Creatives) as well as Associate Members from the realms of poetry, design and archaeology.
Once again there will be an open forum for the sharing of work but no obligation to share (spooky tales for Friday The 13th may be particularly appropriate). If anyone has a short screening they would like to show, please email the Society on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food and drink will be provided and the meeting will inevitably adjourn to The Dickens.
If you would like to develop your skills as a writer, share work in development, gain confidence as a performer, or you’d just like to meet other writers, the Teesside Literary Society is the ideal creative space in which to do so.
Membership for the year costs £5 and entitles you to discounts on workshops run by Senior Lecturers in Creative Writing at Teesside University. You will also have the opportunity for your work to be performed at the Society’s biannual public performance events, and published in their annual anthology. Both Students and Associates are welcome to join.