because none of us is fucking up like we think we are, is what i'm trying to say

EVENTS

2017


Friday 7th July
Soho Farmhouse
An afternoon workshop, for members only, on writing words that people want to read.


Sunday 6th August
Real Talk: Live! with Nicole Antoinette
Real Talk: Live combines the honesty and truth-telling of Real Talk Radio with the fun and warmth of an intimate Sunday morning coffee date with your favorite friends. This event is part interactive podcast interview and part real talk roundtable discussion, this time with featured guest Laura Jane Williams.


Friday 18th August
Mumsnet Facebook Live, 12.30pm GMT
Join Laura Jane Williams on her Facebook Live chat as she discusses her latest book, Ice Crea, For Breakfast.


Wednesday 6th September
Birchbox Blogger's Event
Laura will be hosting a creative writing workshop as part of Birchbox's Creativity event.


Friday 8th September
Soho Farmhouse
Laura will be back at Soho Farmhouse to teach her second creative writing class.


Saturday 11th November 
From Blogging to Bestseller: How to write words people want to read, with Laura Jane Williams
Stylist Live at London Olympia

From the author of Ice Cream for Breakfast, discover what it takes to write a page turner, or how to pack an entire story into an Insta-caption. As well as tips on how to really sit down and just - write! This talk is for you if you're: Full of story ideas, creative energy, and you love to write.




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January 16th
#AngstFest: Misery Loves Company
One in six people have experienced a common mental health problem in the last week. Journalists Daisy Buchanan and Laura Jane Williams have both experienced anxiety and depression - #AngstFest is their way of talking about it. A panel discussion on anxiety, depression and mental health, featuring readings from several gifted voices, #AngstFest is an event designed to remind you that you're not alone. Anticipating the January Blues? Your misery can find its company here.



February 9th
Paperback Launch of BECOMING


Saturday 4th March
HOW TO WRITE WORDS PEOPLE WANT TO READ 
one-day workshop (level one)


Saturday 11th March
HOW TO WRITE WORDS PEOPLE WANT TO READ 
one-day workshop (level one)

Thursday 16th March
Priory Academy
A school lecture and workshop to Year 10 at Priory Academy to dissect the ways we can use Instagram to tell our stories.


Saturday 18th March
HOW TO WRITE WORDS PEOPLE WANT TO READ 
one-day workshop (level one)


Saturday 1st April
THE NUT AND BOLTS OF MOVING STORIES FORWARD
one-day workshop (level two)


Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th April
HOW TO WRITE THE PITCH THAT WILL GET YOU YOUR YES 
two-day workshop


Wednesday April 12th

Scarlet Ladies Talk: This Is My Becoming with Laura Jane Williams
With readings from her work and behind-the-scenes details of her Grazia dating column - the stuff they couldn't print - Laura will have you giggling, welling up, and ultimately affirming "me too" with what it is to be a sexual woman who wants to talk about it.



April 19th

ICE CREAM FOR BREAKFAST Launch Party
By invitation only


April 20th

ICE CREAM FOR BREAKFAST
U.K. release


Saturday 22nd April 

HOW TO WRITE WORDS PEOPLE WANT TO READ 
one-day workshop (level one)


Thursday 27th April
Superlatively Rude Writers' Social
An opportunity for graduates of all the Superlatively Rude writing courses to come together and meet each other over drinks in an East London pub. Details to be emailed!

Thursday 16th May
The Mill, Chicago
As part of The Mill's "Learn at Work" week, Laura will be presenting on being curious, creative - and embracing our inner child as we do so.


Thursday 1st June
Rhyannon Styles in conversation with Laura Jane Williams
Ryannon Styles and Laura Jane Williams join us for this revealing event where they'll be discussing the importance of being true to yourself and what it means to document your life for the public eye, chaired by Cyan Turan from Red Magazine. 


Saturday 3rd June
Stoke Newington Literary Festival - "Author Confidential"
‘Author’ recently came out top in a list of most desired jobs in the UK. But what’s it actually like being one? Writers’ block, Olympic-level procrastination, publisher rejections, vicious edits, bad reviews and signing queues with no-one in them… Andy Miller – author of Read Y’self Fitter: A Year of Reading Dangerously AND Stewart Lee’s former editor – hosts an entertaining expose of life behind the best-sellers.


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