This week’s Creative Bursts video with Sarah Webb is inspired by sea glass and beach treasure! Sarah helps us create stories and poems using her writing prompts. Happy writing!
Launch of Archipelago: A Reader
Dublin Book Festival and MoLI join together for an online event in celebration of the publication of Archipelago: A Reader (The Lilliput Press). A new anthology, Archipelago is one of the most important and influential literary magazines of the last twenty years. Bringing together established and emerging artists, the magazine has contributed to a transformation of creative conversations around islands, coasts and waterways. Archipelago: A Reader is a mixture of poetry, prose, and visual art, including newly commissioned work. Editors Nicholas Allen and Fiona Stafford are joined by a panel of contributors, Moya Cannon, Andrew McNeillie (Archipelago publisher), and Deirdre Ní Chonghaile to discuss their pieces in the collection, the uniqueness of writing about place and people, and the legacy of Archipelago.
In today’s edition, children’s author Sarah Webb explores the wonderful world of colour and encourages you to use your imagination and add details in your work to truly bring your characters and stories alive! So, what’s your favourite colour?
In today’s Creative Burst we will be looking at the wonderful world of nature. Sarah Webb takes inspiration from rain rhymes and haiku poetry and encourages you to be inspired by nature too!