Eco-Exchange with Inverclyde Libraries
Join poet Samuel Tongue for a relaxed Creative Writing Workshop.
We’ll explore how we think and write about climate change and our immediate environment, taking the River Clyde as our main reference point.
Rather than disasters that happen far away, what does climate change and sea level rise mean to you, here and now?
How can writing about species extinction in our parks and gardens help?
And what would you like to say to all the world leaders meeting at the COP26 Climate Change Conference in November?
The workshop will be a mix of poetry and prose and you are free to write in whichever way you are most comfortable.