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Sat, 11 May


Rumi's Kitchen

Rumi's Cave Writing Workshop

Ignite your curiosity with a panel and workshop on writing non-fiction, with a special focus on politics.

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Rumi's Cave Writing Workshop
Rumi's Cave Writing Workshop

Time & Location

11 May 2024, 14:30 – 18:00 BST

Rumi's Kitchen, 120 Craven Park Rd, London NW10 8QD, UK

About The Event

This workshop will help writers learn to publish non-fiction articles. This writing workshop is led by experienced professionals in the field and attendees will gain insights into navigating the publishing landscape effectively. The event will comprise of three sessions including on article structure, targeting and publishing on different platforms and a participative session for writers to get feedback on their writing.

About the speakers:

Nasim Mohammed currently works at the Middle East Monitor, a London based news platform

covering developments across the Middle East. He has thirteen years of experience covering the

Middle East publishing articles and reports; giving media commentary; taking part in conferences and

seminars in venues across the world on the political, social, religious, and economic shifts in this vital


Furvah Shah is a culture and lifestyle journalist with her words in Cosmopolitan UK, Elle, The

Independent, BBC, Amaliah, gal-dem and more. She's been interviewed for Times Radio and BBC

Asian Network, graduated with a First in BA Media and Communications from Goldsmiths

University and is an NCTJ-qualified journalist. Furvah is passionate about increasing and diversifying

representations of minorities, especially Muslims and women of colour, in the media.

Mohammed Sinan Siyech is a doctoral scholar in Islamic and Middle East Studies at the University of

Edinburgh. He has written and taught extensively on politics, security and Religion in South Asia and

the Middle East. Some of his pieces have appeared in the South China Morning Post, the Deccan

Herald, The Hudson Institute, The Diplomat, South Asian Voices, and many others.

Suggested donation £5

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