Writing Love
with Nora Nadjarian

Writing Love with Nora Nadjarian

An online generative writing workshop.


As love is a highly personal and variable experience, no two writers will approach the topic in quite the same way. In this workshop we are going to explore some of the ways in which fresh perspectives can lead us to write about love in intimate or silly, surprising or sexy, romantic or sarcastic ways. The generative workshop will dispel any clichés and energise rehashed ideas you may have on the subject. You will be given prompts to write your unique pieces. Open to all skill levels.


Saturday, February 11th


16:00 - 18:00 GMT


Pay what you can

£0, £5, £10, £20

Live Zoom session


Nora Nadjarian is a poet and writer from Cyprus. Her poetry has recently been published in Atrium, Raceme, Streetcake and Poetry International. She has been placed or commended in numerous international competitions, including the Plough Poetry Prize and the Live Canon International Poetry Competition.

She was a finalist in the Mslexia poetry competition 2021, won the Anthropocene Valentine’s Day poetry competition in 2022 and was nominated for the Forward Prize for best single poem in 2022.

Her short fiction has appeared, among others, in Sand Journal, FRiGG, MoonPark Review and Lunate and was chosen for Wigleaf‘s Top 50 Very Short Fictions of 2022 (selected by Kathy Fish).

She has led successful creative writing workshops for the Flash Fiction Festival, the Cheltenham Poetry Festival, Beyond Form, the Nottingham Trent University's Postcolonial Studies Centre and Crow Collective.