Aude Konan wrote her first novel, My little sister (Ma petite soeur) at only 12 years old, published by the company Dagan. She followed up by winning numerous children’s writing competitions. As a playwright, she is an alumni of Soho Writers Group and the Royal Court’s Introduction to Playwriting and her work has been performed at the Southwark Playhouse and the Stratford East. She also writes and directs scripts as well as working as a journalist for British, French and American magazines such as Complex UK, Okay Africa, and The Guardian.
She has led creative writing workshops in the UK and Europe for the past 3 years for arts organizations and charities such as Expedia, Amnesty International, La Maison des Metallos, etc.
Ask at the reception for directions to the third floor conference room. Accessibility: There is wheelchair access. There is padded seating, an accessible toilet, a designated quiet space, general car parking and blue badge parking in the Grand Arcade car park accessed by the lift next to the Library. There is a hearing loop by request in advance. This isn’t a gender neutral toilet, or a bsl interpreter. You can contact us about access on Libraries.ReferralCentreemail@example.com