Lisa Goll: Women in Literature, Empowerment + Women’s Careers as Writers
My guest today is Lisa Goll, manager of the Bloomsbury Institute – which has a fabulous series of events for writers and book lovers – and creator of the London Writer’s Café.
We will be discussing:
- Opportunities for women in the creative field, publishing, writing and event management. Sectors which offer more options or possibilities. Qualifications needed vs learning on the job
- The role of women in literature, how this has changed and developed, both inside the covers of the book and in the world surrounding wirting and publishing.
- Becoming a writer, the tips and strategies to get that book written. How to get published, agents, support and getting it out there.
- Changes in the industry over the years. Effect of technology and globalisation.
Lisa Goll – As Manager of the Bloomsbury Institute, Lisa Goll programmes an array of unmissable events for writers and book lovers at Bloomsbury UK’s London headquarters. With many years spent in Publishing and Events, Lisa strives to connect today’s most inspiring voices to avid audiences and produce thought-provoking events for all. Outside of her work at the Institute, Lisa created the London Writers’ Cafe, London’s largest creative writing community, where she still hosts workshops and talks for the city’s emerging creative writers.
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