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Fiction Workshop with Jan Carson

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Poetry Workshop with Jan Carson

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It will be a 3-hour Zoom online course .

The maximum number of participants at 12.

Cost €50 + Eventbrite fee

Saturday November 13th 10am to 1pm

When you book your place on the course we will confirm by email.

Instructions for participants: You will need:

A good Wifi connection

Access to a Laptop, Tablet, PC, Smart Phone or Mac with a microphone Before your course is due to begin, you will receive an email invitation from your facilitator or from one of the Dingle Lit team, to join a Zoom meeting. Click on the link in the email to continue and do please check your Spam folder, in case the email is redirected there. If you do not receive the email on the day of the workshop, please phone 085 867 8955 for help. You will be redirected to the Zoom site, follow the instructions, and download Zoom to join the class.

Cancellation/Refund Policy

You are entitled to a refund within one week of your payment,(less any Eventbrite fees) provided that the workshop has not already started.

We cannot refund fees in respect of cancellation after this time. We cannot offer partial refunds to students who do not finish the workshop.

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Organiser Dingle Literary Festival

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The Dingle Literary Festival brings together readers of all interests with writers of local,
national and international standing. The festival inspires readers to read and writers to write.
Events happen, in both Irish and English, across Corca Dhuibhne, an established creative
landscape on the Wild Atlantic Way. The festival includes writer's workshops so emerging
writers can hone their skills and activities aimed at children, the readers and writers of the
future.

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