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BAMS Virtual Writing Sessions: A Zoom of One’s Own

You’re invited to Modzoom, a ‘Zoom of One’s Own’! 

We’re really missing our offices, library spaces, chats over coffees and – most of all – our BAMS PGR Networking Day. We’ll be running virtual writing sessions for all BAMS members, setting up an informal space for us to see some friendly faces over zoom, share what you’re working on and get some words down on the page!

[Change of time] Starting on Wednesday 28th October, we’ll be moving our Modzooms to start at 2pm GMT, to accommodate UEA’s Modern and Contemporary Seminar series, which we thought some of our modzoomers might like to attend! More information on the seminar series and how to sign up (they’re free & open to all!) can be found here.

Starting on Wednesday 29th July at 3 – 4:30pm GMT, we’ll be using Pomodoro-style sessions to offer a chance to set aside some time for your writing. Whether you’re working on a paper, article, thesis, essay, editing, sending emails, reading or planning – we hope these sessions create a space to meet (if only on zoom!) and progress with our writing or research together.  These sessions will run every Wednesday at 3pm GMT. They are friendly, safe and informal spaces for us to come together, say hello, share research if you’d like to and get some words down on the page.

How to to join: If you’d like to come along, simply email to register your interest and we’ll send you the zoom link. Please share widely with any researchers or writers you think may be interested.

We look forward to seeing you there! 

Best wishes, 

Bryony Armstrong, Polly Hember, Cécile Varry & Josh Phillips
BAMS Postgraduate Reps

ModZoom is open to all. If you would like to join our network and get involved with this and other events, BAMS membership info can be found here.


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