Sarah Wise Twitter Takeover

04 May 2016 / News

 

On Tuesday May 10th 2016 Sarah Wise will answer questions about writing non-fiction in a live Twitter Q&A.

Date: Tuesday May 10th 2016

Time: 2pm – 3pm

How to participate:

  1. Tweet your questions at @arvonfoundation
  2. Remember to use the #Tutortakeover hashtag in your tweet.
  3. If you don’t have a Twitter account but would still like to ask one or more questions, you can email your questions to communications@arvon.org OR ask them on Facebook.
  4. Sarah Wise will answer your questions using the @arvonfoundation Twitter account.

Sarah Wise is the author of three works of social history that explore less-well-known aspects of 19th century life. Undertaking archival research, she pieces together the stories of those who often go missing in the history books. www.sarahwise.co.uk


A few topics Sarah is an expert on:

Historical non-fiction writing
Archival research for writing projects
Possible research methods including walking, archaeology, photography and oral history
Writing about less explored social groups in history
How to crack a city’s history
How to make historical characters come to life

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