Articles, essays, upcoming workshops and more.

From January 2021, I will be working on a new project researching the place of digital writing to express the experience of others, in partnership with teams at Cardiff University and Bath SPA university. More on this soon...

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During Spring 2021, I will be running workshops in Grangetown as part of an exciting new project exploring local history in partnership with historians, artists and engineers to produce an new art installation. More on this soon...

Beginners: 

Join a digital classroom and develop your writing skills in a fun and informal environment, through a series of writing exercises and discussions about what makes good writing. NEXT CLASS FEBRUARY 2021

Advanced: 

For writers with an existing body of work, this class is ran as a writing group. An opportunity to share your writing with other people, receive feedback and lean on a community of likeminded people. CANCELLED

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The anthology explores a wide range of emotions and perspectives in the wake of a global pandemic.

 

A timely and impactful slice of humanity that encompasses love, loss, anguish, hope, and the strength of the human spirit.

Author

My name is Sophie Buchaillard.  I publish short stories and essays looking at identity and distorted perspectives.

My debut novel THIS IS NOT WHO WE ARE is  a historical fiction about the responsibility of the Western media when reporting foreign conflicts, and the challenges faced by a family torn by genocide to keep on living. The novel explores the themes of social fragmentation, genocide, journalistic integrity and appropriation, as well as the burden of guilt, silence and the power of forgiveness. 

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"I set out on a journey, but the geography would not stay still, and I ended up somewhere I hadn't intended going."

Richard Gwyn

©2020 by Sophie Buchaillard. Photos by Piotr Skoczylas.