, his short story collection, will be out later this year. Write your World runs on 8 Wednesday evenings 6.30pm to 8.30pm, starting February 2019 with breaks for half-term and Easter.
He is the author of the non-fiction novella titled and has twice been shortlisted for the Caine Prize for African Writing.
He is also Managing Editor of Kenya’s leading literary publisher, Kwani Trust, and is a judge for this year’s Bristol Short Story Prize.
Support will be available to apply for our new Creative Writing MA.
for a creative writing workshop led by Langley Shazor of The Casual Word. Registration is required and can be completed by clicking here, or by calling the Adult Services Department at 423-434-4454.
By enrolling on this course, students will learn how to write a short story based on experiences of their worlds and their imagination.
Billy Kahora The sessions will be led by Billy Kahora, a Kenyan writer and academic, who is a lecturer in Creative and Professional Writing at the University of Bristol.
Currently, one in 11 of all UK jobs is creative and the creative industries are outgrowing the rest of the UK economy.
The UK publishing industry in particular is experiencing record success, and emerging platforms from Netflix to podcasts are capturing new audiences.
Shazor is an author, publisher, mentor, and founder of The Casual Word.
He is also a typewriter collector, and he brings his typewriters to writing workshops that he leads throughout the region.