Published in Hinterland Magazine
My story ‘And Who Would I Then Have Been’ which explores the theme of identity has been published in Issue 12 of Hinterland Magazine – a quarterly magazine dedicated to non-fiction writing – now available in print and digital.
Buy the issue here www.hinterlandnonfiction.com
Read the interview here
‘Release the poem inside you’
Come and join me for a poetry workshop – details here
Differdange Book fair 2022
Lovely to be invited once again to Differdange for their annual bookfair.
Thank you to everyone who joined my workshop and reading.
Food for the soul
Enjoying two weeks avid writing at Studio Faire, a wonderful artists’ retreat in France.
Short story wins LISP
Thrilled to hear my short story ‘Nothing Happens Until Something Moves’ has won the London Independent Story Prize.
You can read the story here
And some Q&As here
Poetry for potatoes? Whatever next?
A big thank you to harana poetry for publishing my poem ‘To the humble potato’.
You can read my poem here: www.haranapoetry.com/to-the-humble-potato-by-ali-seegar
DIfferdange Book fair 2021
Lovely to host Julia Summerland’s lecture on her book series ‘Love in the Times of Coronavirus’ at the Differdange Book Fair.
Emerging from COVID times
Wonderful to be invited to read at Luxembourg City’s Open-Air Festival and to see the city coming back to life after the COVID pandemic.
Honoured to be part of Luxembourg City Library’s wonderful initiative to bring books to children during COVID times and read a selection of extracts from my Tommy Turner series.
Bringing books to children during COVID times – second reading
Ali Seegar was at the Cite Bibliotheque in Luxembourg City reading from Tommy Turner’s Battle for Yorintown, you can view the video here.