We are excited to announce a creative writing collaborative project with the Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin! Starting in January, we will be working with a group of 10-13 year olds, kicking things off with the children working with pinhole photography and camera obscura, creating cameras and images.
A Reading of eight short plays, devised and scripted by teenage writers took place on Thursday 1st November at the Peacock Theatre. The Reading was the culmination of a year long project, in collaboration with the Abbey Theatre.
Fighting Words is published by Stoney Road Press.
It is a handmade letterpress printed book limited to 150 copies. Measuring 28 x 34 cms, it is printed on BFK rives 250 gsm paper and hand bound in linen with a matching slipcase.
The premiere screening of The Weirdest Thing in All of Toast and Mankind took place on Saturday 21st April at Brown Bag Films. The short animated movie was scripted by a group of 9-11 year olds at Fighting Words.
“Written language is once more the supreme mode of communication, of conversation, of reference, of record and of learning... Language is safe and well in the hands of these young writers.” John Banville – Introduction