The writer's role on stage, film, TV and the net varies, but all must negotiate the difficulties of their words leaving the page. It can be a magical experience or a series of horrors and corruption of vision. Our five panellist discuss the many challenges and glories of words as they go off script and share the organisations and people they meet on the way.
Alex Philp, Tasnim Hossain, Lisa Divissi, Hannah Reich
This panel focuses on how gender and affects (such as joy, laughter and fear) are (re)produced through physical/mediated spaces.
There are many things in the world that make writers blocked. Be it burn out, niggling doubts, jobs or pets, the world is full of distractions. Gabrielle Tozer has been through it all and is ready to help you.
The written word isn't for everyone. Capturing people in their own words in film, audio and theatre is important, especially for People of Colour and displaced or otherwise marginalised communities.