A unique writing workshop workshop experience with Clare Mulley organised by the Saffron Walden Arts Trust in conjunction with Saffron Walden Museum’s exhibition ‘From Death Masks to Diaries’ Agenda: 1.30 pm: A short talk on the author’s approach to biographical writing 2 pm: A guided tour by Museum staff of their ‘From Death Masks to Diaries’ exhibit 2.30-4 pm: Write a short piece of biographical writing inspired by the exhibition, with guidance by Clare and SWAT volunteers 4 -4.30 pm: An opportunity to share writing and discuss experience with group Booking for SWAT members opens 3 February; non-members 10 February. Deadline for all bookings 22 February 2020. application form Clare Mulley is an award-winning author and broadcaster. Her first book, The Woman Who Saved the Children, won the Daily Mail Biographers’ Club Prize, and The Spy Who Loved, now optioned by Universal Studios, led to Clare being decorated with Poland’s national honour, the Bene Merito. Clare’s third book, The Women Who Flew for Hitler, tells the extraordinary story of two women at the heart of Nazi Germany, whose choices put them on opposite sides of history. Clare reviews non-fiction for the Telegraph, Spectator and History Today. A popular public speaker, she has given a TEDx talk at Stormont, spoken at the Houses of Parliament, Royal Albert Hall, Imperial War Museum, National Army Museum and British Library, as well as many festivals. Recent TV includes the BBC’s Rise of the Nazis, and the D-Day 75 coverage, Newsnight, David Jason’s Secret Service, and Adolf & Eva, Love & War.