If you've wanted to write fiction for years and struggled to find motivation and time, this series of workshops is for you.
With regular weekly meetings, quality feedback, deadlines and support, both from experienced writer and coach, Alison Powell, and a team of like-minded writers, you'll work on:
* developing a piece of creative prose writing (flash fiction, short stories, novels, hybrids and experiments all welcome)
* establishing a regular writing habit
* receiving feedback on your writing
* finding out how to offer constructive criticism on other people's work
* learning about narrative structure, character development and more
* focusing intensively on your writing project
You can reap the benefits of:
* weekly meetings
* small workshop groups
* super strict deadlines to help you keep your writing on track
You'll be expected to produce 500-1000 words for each session and to read other people's work between meetings.
It's time to take your writing seriously.
NB Although this is a face-to-face course, you will need to type your work and to have access to email. You will also need either a laptop or the ability to print out work for each session.
This series is perfect preparation for our highly popular Work in Progress series and participants in the Write Now Intensive will have the chance to pre-book future Work in Progress series
Booking essential. 16 places only.
About your workshop facilitator:
Alison Powell runs creativity workshops at universities, schools and festivals around the world. She is an award winning writer, published in various anthologies and magazines and holds an MA in Creative Writing from Bath Spa and is a Master Practitioner of NLP and coaching.
She believes that everyone has the right to express themselves in writing and runs sessions that support new writers to find their voice. Her passion for poetry and story along with her enthusiasm for helping people find the best in themselves are reflected in her lively and open presentation style. She will do her very best to ensure that you find the support you need to make your writing work.
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