Saturday June 11th 2022 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Facilitators: Kate Thompson, Dr Kim Etherington, Dr. Reinekke Lengelle and Dr. Mary Pringle
Join us on 11th June 2022 for the first of our research writing workshop 'Write On! How to Transform Your Written Work into a LIRIC journal paper'
Many people have created good work as research students, as researchers, as teachers, and as writers, but not everyone finds it straightforward to write a scholarly journal article for a wider audience. This 2-hour workshop will help you to turn your ideas or research into a submission for LIRIC.
The presenters will offer tips and advice, talk about how you can create a strong line of reasoning using 3 key questions, get your APA 7 referencing on track, and polish your work for publication through peer support.
We will go through what is required to produce a LIRIC journal paper and address your questions. There will then be opportunities to discuss your work in smaller groups and begin to plan your process. Bring your projects, your ideas, and your questions.
Tickets for this workshop are:
Student/Low income Lapidus member: £10 (plus booking fee)
Lapidus member/ Non-member student: £15 (plus booking fee)
Non-Lapidus member: £20 (plus booking fee)
Dr Kim Etherington PhD is a Professor Emerita of Narrative and Life Story Research (University of Bristol), BACP Fellow and senior accredited counsellor and supervisor, and accredited EMDR practitioner. She is Co-Director of Research for Lapidus and Co-Editor of LIRIC, the Lapidus journal.
Dr. Reinekke Lengelle is associate professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Athabasca University, Canada and a researcher with The Hague University, The Netherlands. She has published over 40 peer-reviewed book chapters and journal articles and wrote the award-winning book, "Writing the Self in Bereavement: a story of love, spousal loss, and resilience" that was published with Routledge in 2021.
Dr. Mary Pringle's educational background includes studies in English literature, French language, linguistics, and instructional design. She taught English composition and literature, technical writing, and editing for several years before settling in as a learning designer for higher education online. Now retired, she currently serves the LIRIC board as production editor.
Based in Boulder, Colorado, USA, Kate Thompson is an existential counsellor, journal therapist and writer. Journal therapy brings together her passions for literature, therapy and nature. She is affiliated to the Therapeutic Writing Institute, the New School of Psychotherapy & Counselling, and Metanoia.