Sat 11 June & Sun 12 June
The Prince’s Trust’s Wolfson Centre, Central Glasgow
Are you a teenager living in Scotland? Check out your new free conference for writers, illustrators and creators, designed for teens, by teens.
StoryCon features workshops for 13–19-year-olds on comics-making, crafting imaginary creatures and realistic relationships for your stories, Gaelic creative writing, spoken word, and much more. StoryCon will also host panels on fanfiction, building a creative scene, and surviving as a writer. Come to be inspired, share ideas and come have a great time!
Come one day, or both!
On both Saturday 11 and Sunday 12, we’ll be hosting a full day of workshops, panels and seminars including:
Comics-making, Surviving As a Writer, Gaelic Prose & Poetry, Vlogging, Fanfiction, Zine-making, Creating Imaginary Creatures, Spoken Word…
…and much more!
See the full listing of workshops and panels you can chose fromat the StoryCon 2016 Agenda Page. Please note both days have the same topics covered to ensure that everybody who can only make one day can access the same range of opportunities.
Interested? Please book your place and select your workshops! StoryCon is free to attend but we do need to take a £3 booking fee for each day of the Conference you wish to attend. You will get the £3 back when you take your space at StoryCon on the day. If you cannot afford this, there is a bursary scheme, just book on as normal and apply for the bursary at the final question on the booking form.
We have limited spaces on workshops, and at the venue itself, so early booking is recommended. Bookings for StoryCon will close entirely on 2nd June to ensure we can receive your information and prepare the venue.
StoryCon FAQ is also available to help you plan your trip to StoryCon.
StoryCon has been created by teen creators, for teen creators, and is brought to you by Scottish Book Trust, Time to Shine, The Gaelic Books Council, and creative professionals from around Scotland and the UK.