Imogen Robertson

Author of Instruments of Darkness

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Solstice Shorts Festival
Solstice Shorts Festival, Sunday, December 21 at 11am
Solstice Shorts Festival celebrates short story day on Sunday 21st December the shortest day of the year from sunrise to sunset.
8am-11.30am at West Greenwich Library Greenwich High Road SE10 8NN
11am-4pm at Royal Observatory Blackheath Avenue SE10 8XJ (in the middle of Greenwich Park)

a new short story on the theme of TIME every half hour read live by an actor or the author. Featuring stories from Alison Moore, Anita Sethi, Robert Shearman, Imogen Robertson and the 12 winners of the Solstice Shorts Competition.

Live Folk music on the theme of TIME between the stories from Rosemary Lippard, Summer All Year Long, Ian Kennedy & Sarah Lloyd, Shadrack Tye and Pepper & Shepherd.

JOIN IN with folk song workshop 10:45 at the library, writing workshops 'Writing Dimensions' at the Observatory 11:15, 12:45, 2:15. tweet tiny stories on the theme of Time throughout the day to @SolShorts

Everything Free, Everything BSL interpreted.

Book for writing workshops (only 20 places on each) via eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/solstice-shorts-writers-workshop-writing-dimensions-tickets-14843452165

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Imogen Robertson's bio reads: I grew up in Darlington, studied Russian and German at Cambridge and now live in London. I directed for film, TV and radio, including the award-winning Numberjacks for Cbeebies, before becoming a full-time author. I was commended in the National Poetry Competition in 2005 and won the Telegraph’s"‘First Thousand Words of a Novel" competition in 2007 with the opening of Instruments of Darkness, my first novel. My second novel featuring the detective duo of Harriet Westerman and Gabriel Crowther, Anatomy of Murder, was published in April 2010, and the third in the series Island of Bones, is coming out in April 2011. My UK publisher is Headline, and Instruments has just been published in America by Pam Dorman’s imprint at Viking Books. I still go to my poetry workshop in Lambeth every week and have started teaching creative writing myself, novels allowing. The only disadvantage with swapping a career in children's TV for writing historical crime fiction is these days I have less opportunity to play with glitter glue and claim it's work.
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