Inês Lampreia

Inês Lampreia (Lisbon/1979) won the Alentejo House Award in short fiction with the story Five fingers of Cork  in 2012 and has been published by Pasárgada Editions. Along with the short story, her writing crosses areas such as script, performance and literary installations and visual writings.
Conceive and develop workshops and projects with alternative teaching methods in the areas of visual poetry, language codes and education for media, over the last fifteen years, in institutions such as the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. She is one of the writers of the project Young Writers Lab - An International Collaborative Laboratory for Writers &Students.

Oct 9 - Oct 18, 2020
Tranås - Sweden