Stephen (SJ) Finch

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SJ Finch is a writer, artist, and producer. He has been published in Cottonmouth, Westerly, Sitelines, Voiceworks, and The Kid on the Karaoke Stage (Fremantle Press). In 2009, Finch was a co-founding member of both the creative journal dotdotdash and Aunty Mabel’s zine distro. He co-directed the interactive Fringe World 2015 performance Friendquest, curated Anthologia, an exhibition of floriographic poetry, and launched The Grr Project, an ongoing nomadic residency where he lives in a self-made traveling yurt called grr. His practice is often highly collaborative, and multi-disciplinary, focused on creating temporary micro-communities and demonstrations of kindness and care.

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Reading Your Writing is a workshop to help you overcome the nerves of reading your work to an audience. Book Online
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