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They // Us Writing Group



15 Nov 2020

18.00 - 20.00


They//us is a new monthly online writing and feedback group for non-binary and gender non-conforming writers who would like to share their work and network with others who identify in the same/similar ways.

There is no pressure to produce work on gender identity, we are under no obligation to define ourselves in the space.

The group will be a maximum of ten people to ensure that everyone’s work is tended to and feedback in monthly meetings is achievable.

The group is open to fiction writers and poets, and will be facilitated by Bridget Hart, who will bring their expertise of editing and feedback to the table and encourage critical feedback from everyone in the group.

The group is open to all levels of writing, whether you are published or not.

During the 2-hour monthly sessions we will catch up, share our work and written feedback will be extended to shared Google Drive files for in-between sessions.

The group is free to attend and participate in, but you’ll need to go through the checkout process and ‘buy’ your free ticket to book your place.


Bridget Hart

Bridget Hart (they/them) is a writer, performer and creative producer based in the South West.

Bridget is the former long term editor of Burning Eye Books, and continues to help performance artists transfer their work to the page as a freelance mentor. They have appeared on panels and hosted live poetry events across many UK festivals including Verve, Leeds, Cheltenham Poetry Festivals, Shambala, Uni Slam and the Poetry Book Fair.

As a performance poet, Bridget has been tearing up DIY punk shows for over a decade, cutting their teeth at feminist punk shows across the country. They have performed at Boomtown, Shambala, Manchester Punk Festival and Edinburgh Fringe. They have published two collections of poetry, Better Watch Your Mouth, and the latest Chewing Gum – a queer reimagining of Grease published by Small Press (Tangent Books).

Bridget is the co-ordinator of For Books’ Sake’s non-binary writer’s group They//Us.

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