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Thu, 18 Mar


Zoom Videoconference - RSVP to get link.

New Cafe Casual | Free - Donation

Want to meet and have a writerly chat with some other LGBTQ+ writers? It doesn't matter where you are on your writing journey or what type of writing you do. We're here to support each other and it's the diversity which makes it special.

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New Cafe Casual | Free - Donation
New Cafe Casual | Free - Donation

Time & Location

18 Mar 2021, 20:30 – 22:00 GMT

Zoom Videoconference - RSVP to get link.

About the Event

Kind of a drop-in, you don't have to be there the whole time and everyone is welcome! This year, our Cafe Casuals will be hosted by different members of the team each time on a voluntary basis.

This month - Join Jonathan Pizarro, one of our Associates, who recently designed and delivered our Out on thew Borders course. All writerly topics of conversation are welcome; he's particulalrly interested in chatting about your writing schedules during Covid.

Jonathan Pizarro

Jonathan is a Queer Gibraltarian writer currently living in London. He graduated from Brunel University with a 1st in English & Creative Writing, where he was also the recipient of the Arthur Scott Prize for Creative Writing. His dissertation, a collection of short stories set in Gibraltar examining the Gothic from the perspective of the Other, won the Gompertz Prize for Literature. Under the mentorship of writers such as Bernardine Evaristo and Jonathan Kemp, he has been encouraged to explore the lived experience of being Queer and Gibraltarian in his work, and he is currently working on his first novel. His short fiction has been published in Untitled: Voices, Fruit Journal, and Emerge Literary Journal, with non-fiction in Attitude and Vada. He is currently working on a series of weekly pieces exploring his Queerness and ethnicity in the context of his life in the UK, entitled ‘Exiliado’, the first of which was showcased as a featured article on Medium. He has been a member of Out On The Page since its first writing retreat in London. He tweets about writing, but mostly about not writing, @JSPZRO.

We're currently running on volunteeered time  - a small donation to help towards our website running costs and generally support what we do would be much appreciated. You can do it through this link Buy Out on the Page a Coffee


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