Award-winning writer Aude Konan gives a masterclass on crafting queer characters and stories. This event is interactive and attendees will have a chance to share what they’ve written during the masterclass with the group.
This Masterclass has a limited number of spaces available. Please sign up to participate in this event here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/masterclass-writing-queer-stories-with-aude-konan-tickets-111510274232.
This event will then be streamed on Facebook. Those who haven’t signed up to participate in the event, will be able to watch, learn and take notes!
About Aude Konan
Aude Konan is an award-winning bilingual writer, director and workshop leader. She wrote her first novel, My little sister (Ma petite soeur), at only 12 years old and has won numerous children’s writing competitions. As a playwright, she is an alumni of Soho Writers Group and the Royal Court’s Introduction to Playwriting and her work has been performed at the Southwark Playhouse and the Stratford East. She also writes and directs scripts and works as a journalist for British, French and American magazines such as Complex UK, Okay Africa, and The Guardian.
After working in the TV industry, she realised how much diversity and inclusion was an afterthought for these companies. She decided to combine the creative workshops she gives with diversity and inclusion ones. She works as a speaker and creative consultant and has led creative workshops in the UK and Europe for companies and arts organisations like Stonewall UK, Expedia UK, Amnesty International, La Maison des Metallos, and more.