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FREE | How To Write Gender Fluid Characters

December 2 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Free
How to write gender fluid characters

About this event

Ines G Labarte is a lecturer in creative writing at the University of Wolverhampton. As a freelance writer, editor and translator, she has collaborated with institutions such as Notting Hill Editions, The Northwest Literary Salon, Litro Magazine, Lancaster Litfest, and more.

Other experience in the writing and literary industries include her job as a radio journalist for Cadena SER (Spain’s premier radio network) and her job as a content writer for a digital marketing agency in the Northwest of England. For two years, Inés was also a bookseller at Waterstones Lancaster King Street.

Her collaboration with other artists includes the podcast The Writing Life (2016) a photography exhibition and art installation called Hybrid Saints (2019) and the short graphic novels On Peripheries (MEITS, 2019), and On Rejection (Spiderworks, 2019).

As a freelance illustrator, Inés has created work for the Lewis Carroll Society, Lancaster University, and the Institute of Social Futures, among others. Inés is a writer and artist with a Ph.D. in Creative Writing. Her interests are the novella as a form, multilingualism, unreliable narrators, magic realism, gothic, speculative fiction, queer theory, and graphic novels. She has published a collection of novels, ‘Los Pentasónicos’ (Edebé, 2008-2010) and two novellas ‘Mactavish Manor’ (Holland House, 2016) and ‘Kabuki’ (Dairea, 2017). Her short fiction has been published and won awards such as the Autonomous University of Madrid Short Story Prize. She co-founded and directs the artistic platform The Wandering Bard.

Venue

Virtual Event

Organizer

University Of Wolverhampton In Stafford

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