Events & Conferences* Lincoln Book Festival 2017: Gothic Fiction Masterclass
Lincoln Book Festival 2017: Gothic Fiction Masterclass
11:30am for 12:00pm start
Stephen Langton Building, Brayford Campus, University of Lincoln (map)

In association with Lincoln Book Festival 2017, the University of Lincoln and Bishop Grosseteste University are holding a Gothic Fiction Masterclass for students of English Literature at GCSE and A-Level. This event, which will include short, accessible talks and workshops led by academic experts specialising in Gothic horror, 19th century women’s writing and modern Gothic frontiers, will aim to offer insights into classic and contemporary texts and explore some of the themes that connect this broad and fascinating genre.

The Lincoln Book Festival will take place in at the University of Lincoln’s Brayford Pool Campus on Wednesday 27th September 2017. The event is free to attend for schools and colleges bringing parties of 10 or more students (Key Stage 4 and above). Arrival is from 11.30am for a 12pm start with departure at 2.30pm.

To register for places at the Lincoln Book Festival 2017 Gothic Fiction Masterclass, please contact the University of Lincoln Schools & Colleges Liaison team on telephone 01522 886644 or email with details of the number of places required and the year group.

Places are limited so early registration is advised. Coach parking is available on campus but please note that lunches will not be provided.

Please note that this session is only open to students of English Literature at GCSE and A-Level.

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