As you might have seen, I've got a couple of workshops coming up. Whoop! I've added a page onto this site with details and I'll update it as and when. In the meantime, there's two to look out for - I already mentioned one happening in Manchester City Library: that's going ahead on May 14th, from 6-7.30pm and wont cost you a penny! Second is a more local (for me) endeavour: I'm planning to run a similar one-off session at Levenshulme Inspire the same week (or thereabouts) as the library session, also in conjunction with NFFD. That one won't be free, sadly, as venue hire is an issue, but it won't be expensive - £7-ish for an hour and a half, or even less if we get enough people. When we know we've got interest, we'll find a time and date that suits most people and work from there. So if the timing of the city centre workshop doesn't suit, try Levenshulme! After all, we're only eight minutes from Manchester Piccadilly on the train and fifteen minutes from Chorlton on the 168 bus (or free via the Fallowfield Loop, cyclists!). If you're interested, sign up in the next couple of weeks, before Inspire finalize their May listings. Contact me, or Sean at Inspire. Also, if this workshop goes well and we get enough interested writers, I'll think about running a longer course - maybe six or eight weeks in the summer. But, in the meantime, if you're Manchester-based, and you're even a teeny bit interested in very short stories, come along to one of the above events - all ages and abilities are welcome and they'll be fun, informal session. Nothing scary, I promise!