Collective Ghost Story
on 7 November
The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting darker…and spookier.
In the spirit of the season, SAND and Literally Speaking are joining with our friends at Berlin Love Story to present Collective Ghost Story. We’re inviting six Berlin-based writers to workshop their work into one collective piece. On November 7th, we’ll hear their spine-tingling story. Come along and listen. Unless, that is, you’re too scared…
Entry: donations from €3 and up
Dan Ayres is a British writer born in Uganda, reared in England’s Westcountry and now based in Berlin. A lover of all things surreal and fantastical, he’s increasingly drawn to the writing stories about the dark side of social media. He also likes stories with cats in them.
E. Amato loves coffee, pizza, and red wine and thinks they love her back. She was adopted by Berlin and is quite happy about this. She’s made books. She’s in books. She’s performed a lot of places. She’s run a lot of events. She likes twitter better.
Mairead Kiernan is a Berlin-based writer who mainly performs at different literary events in Berlin (such as Literally Speaking, where she will be performing next week if you want to hear more ;)). This is her first scary story, so she hopes you are scared or at least nice enough to pretend you are scared.
Jane Flett is an over-excitable pervert with a penchant for ridiculous metaphors and glitter. She’s been published in over 70 literary journals and translated into Polish, Croatian and Japanese. Jane is a recipient of the Scottish Book Trust New Writer Award and was voted Berlin’s best English-language writer in 2015 by Indieberlin.
Eileen McNulty-Holmes has been writing and editing for fun, money, attention, and “exposure” for the past 9 years. Currently, she is the Digital Editor for Sleek Magazine. She can be found at any event with “queer” on the flyer, and on Twitter.
Plus special readings by Paul Scraton and Mikaella Clements.
For more check out the Facebook event page.