Menu

Tag Archives | News

On being nourished and other observations by CFLA18 WiR Sharon Duggal

In April 2018 I became the Writer in Residence (WiR) at Creative Future. The residency is based at Preston Park Recovery Centre (PPRC), a much-valued sanctuary full of creative opportunities for people in recovery from a range of mental health conditions. Writers in Residence have always been intriguing and mysterious to me; I have never Read More »

Continue Reading
Emma Robdale CFLA Award Winner has blogged for Disability Arts Online

CFLA Winner Emma Robdale blogs for Disability Arts Online

Emma Robdale won our Gold award for her piece ‘Snail Abortion’ at our 2017 Creative Future Literary Awards. She’s recently attended an ‘autism awareness’ session and left rather bemused at the career prospects it lays out for her and other people on the spectrum. Check out Emma’s blog for Disability Arts Online – ‘Can Autism Read More »

Continue Reading
writing workshops from the Creative Future Literary Awards

Free Writing Workshops Now Open for Bookings

Alongside our national literary competition, Creative Future delivers a programme of creative writing workshops for under-represented writers  All our writing workshops are suitable for people who are new to creative writing as well as more experienced writers. Each of the writing workshops will include a number of practical exercises and group discussion, as well as Read More »

Continue Reading

Creative Future are looking for new Board Members

We are looking for passionate individuals to join us as Board Members. You will join the organisation at an exciting time, and will oversee Creative Future’s development into one of the UK’s leading organisations for marginalised artists and writers.  (more…)

Continue Reading
preston-park-recovery-centre

OPPORTUNITY – Creative Future announce a new Writer in Residence Scheme

The Creative Future Literary Awards (CFLA) & New Writing South (NWS) are offering a unique development opportunity for talented marginalised writers who are interested in working with vulnerable adults and / or in social care settings. (more…)

Continue Reading
Creative Future Writers' Award

Creative Future Writers' Award