Gemma Seltzer


I enjoy finding new ways to share my writing and reach readers.






My stories have been performed, projected and published. They've been abandoned in random places, crafted into bunting, and referenced to in academic papers.

I hold writing workshops focusing on the short story, my love of mornings or bringing writing from the page into real life. 

I'm a NAWE (National Association of Writers in Education) and Society of Authors member, with public liability insurance and DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) certificate.
 

Forthcoming events in 2016 

Thursdays: Write & Shine early morning writing workshops - Westminster Quaker Meeting House, Covent Garden, London (7.15am arrival for 7.30-9am session)& Waterstones Piccadilly, London (9am arrival for 9.15-10.45am session). £12 per workshop, including delicious hot drinks & pastries. Book here.


Selected past events

24 October 2015: The Dhammazedi Bell, a radio documentary - 9.30pm on BBC Radio Three.

11 November 2015: Age UK Bromley & Greenwich AGM - reading newly commissioned writing for 50th anniversary.

25-27 April, 2014: Performing Small Spacesa site-specific performance combining photography, text and audience participation - University of Bedfordshire.

7 December, 2013: Gatekeepers: Fiction Publishing, a panel debating the future of fiction writing, publishing and reading - Free Word Centre, London.

25 October - 4 December, 2013: Live Writing Series, curating events in which writers create new work: live - National Portrait Gallery and other venues, London.

2-3 November, 2013: 'Flash Project,' creating collaborative literary projects - Writing Squad, Manchester.

21 July, 2013: 'London Lines' reading of newly commissioned poems from Bromley - Royal Festival Hall, London.

June-August, 2013: 'Speak to Strangers: Bankside' residency, readings and publication - Tate Modern, London.