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  1. Writing A Novel (Evening)

    2020-01-28
    2020-06-30
    London
    onsite
    wan20
    Fiction
    A comprehensive six-month writing course for the serious writer, with access to some of the biggest names in publishing. If you're thinking about a creative writing MA, consider this practical alternative.

    The application deadline for this course is 31 December 2019.

    28th January 2020 - 30th June 2020

    Six months
    Advanced
    Fiction
    Richard T. Kelly, Richard Skinner, Sarah May
    A comprehensive six-month writing course for the serious writer, with access to some of the biggest names in publishing. If you're thinking about a creative writing MA, consider this practical alternative.

    The application deadline for this course is 31 December 2019.

    london
  2. Writing A Novel (daytime)

    2020-01-28
    2020-06-23
    London
    onsite
    wnd15
    Fiction
    A comprehensive six-month writing course for the serious writer, with access to some of the biggest names in publishing. If you're thinking about a creative writing MA, consider this practical alternative.

    The application deadline for this course is 31 December 2019.

    28th January 2020 - 23rd June 2020

    Six months
    Advanced
    Fiction
    Shelley Weiner, Sabrina Broadbent
    A comprehensive six-month writing course for the serious writer, with access to some of the biggest names in publishing. If you're thinking about a creative writing MA, consider this practical alternative.

    The application deadline for this course is 31 December 2019.

    london
  3. Writing A Novel: The First 15,000

    2019-09-25
    2020-04-15
    Online
    online
    wno26
    Fiction

    Wherever you are, whenever suits you, start your novel the right way with six months of structured learning and constructive feedback on your first 15,000 words.

    The application deadline for this course is midnight on Wednesday 11 September.

    25th September 2019 - 15th April 2020

    28 weeks
    Advanced
    Fiction
    Tom Bromley, Lee Weatherly

    Wherever you are, whenever suits you, start your novel the right way with six months of structured learning and constructive feedback on your first 15,000 words.

    The application deadline for this course is midnight on Wednesday 11 September.

    online
  4. Getting Started: Beginners' Fiction

    2020-01-13
    2020-03-09
    Online
    online
    GSO31
    Fiction
    Everything you need to call yourself a writer – discipline, craft skills and a great group of people to work with – in one online writing course experience
    13th January 2020 - 9th March 2020

    Eight weeks
    Starting out
    Fiction
    Helen Shipman
    Everything you need to call yourself a writer – discipline, craft skills and a great group of people to work with – in one online writing course experience
    online
  5. Create Brilliant Characters

    2020-01-20
    2020-02-16
    Online
    online
    CBC19
    Fiction
    Discover the secrets of successful character creation, and try out failsafe techniques to bring your own characters to life.
    20th January 2020 - 16th February 2020

    Four weeks
    Improving
    Fiction
    Tom Bromley
    Discover the secrets of successful character creation, and try out failsafe techniques to bring your own characters to life.
    online
  6. Getting Started: Beginners' Fiction (Evening)

    2020-01-21
    2020-04-07
    London
    onsite
    gse24
    Fiction
    What to write about? How to start? How to continue? Is it worth it? Am I any good?
    21st January 2020 - 7th April 2020

    Twelve weeks
    Starting out
    Fiction
    Keith Ridgway
    What to write about? How to start? How to continue? Is it worth it? Am I any good?
    london
  7. Writing A Novel: The First 15,000

    2020-01-22
    2020-09-02
    Online
    online
    WNO27
    Fiction
    Wherever you are, whenever suits you, start your novel the right way with six months of structured learning and constructive feedback on your first 15,000 words
    22nd January 2020 - 2nd September 2020

    Six months
    Advanced
    Fiction
    Tom Bromley
    Wherever you are, whenever suits you, start your novel the right way with six months of structured learning and constructive feedback on your first 15,000 words
    online
  8. How To Write A Poem

    2020-01-22
    2020-04-08
    London
    onsite
    hwp14
    Poetry
    A playful, supportive three-month poetry course for beginners and aspiring amateur poets, with two of the best practitioners and teachers in the country – all at the home of British poetry, Faber & Faber.
    22nd January 2020 - 8th April 2020

    Twelve weeks
    Starting out
    Poetry
    Maurice Riordan, Richard Scott
    A playful, supportive three-month poetry course for beginners and aspiring amateur poets, with two of the best practitioners and teachers in the country – all at the home of British poetry, Faber & Faber.
    london
  9. Memoir and Life Writing

    2020-01-23
    2020-04-09
    London
    onsite
    mem11
    Non-fiction
    How to write a life? Let alone your own? Spend three months asking and answering the questions that a memoirist needs to answer.
    23rd January 2020 - 9th April 2020

    Three months
    Improving
    Non-fiction
    Miranda Doyle
    How to write a life? Let alone your own? Spend three months asking and answering the questions that a memoirist needs to answer.
    london
  10. Poetry Salon

    2020-01-23
    2020-04-09
    London
    onsite
    pos12
    Poetry
    At the heart of this lively and energetic course – taught by two of Britain’s leading poets – is the writing and sharing of new work. In weekly 2-hour sessions, you’ll be creatively challenged to break free of your comfort zones. The course will feature four guest tutors, Poet Laureate Simon Armitage and three more to be confirmed.
    23rd January 2020 - 9th April 2020

    12 weeks
    Advanced
    Poetry
    Maurice Riordan, Richard Scott
    At the heart of this lively and energetic course – taught by two of Britain’s leading poets – is the writing and sharing of new work. In weekly 2-hour sessions, you’ll be creatively challenged to break free of your comfort zones. The course will feature four guest tutors, Poet Laureate Simon Armitage and three more to be confirmed.
    london
  11. Writing Short Stories

    2020-01-23
    2020-04-09
    London
    onsite
    WSS6
    Fiction
    Learn the craft of short story writing, then create and polish new stories with an award-winning writer. Includes two masterclasses, led by internationally acclaimed short story writers to be confirmed.
    23rd January 2020 - 9th April 2020

    12 weeks
    Starting out
    Fiction
    Lucy Caldwell
    Learn the craft of short story writing, then create and polish new stories with an award-winning writer. Includes two masterclasses, led by internationally acclaimed short story writers to be confirmed.
    london
  12. Fiction Skills: Setting

    2020-01-27
    2020-02-23
    Online
    online
    OSW12
    Fiction
    A good book has a great sense of place, creating a story world so vivid it pours off the page.
    27th January 2020 - 23rd February 2020

    Four weeks
    Improving
    Fiction
    Tom Bromley
    A good book has a great sense of place, creating a story world so vivid it pours off the page.
    online
  13. Work-In-Progress | Online

    2020-01-27
    2021-02-01
    Online
    online
    wpo13
    Fiction
    You are in the thick of the first draft of your novel, but it’s difficult to find the focus and drive to move forward. You need a supportive group of fellow writers to push you on, and a great tutor to make sure you’re on track. Work-In-Progress is for you.
    27th January 2020 - 1st February 2021

    One year
    Advanced
    Fiction
    Tom Bromley, Paul Kingsnorth
    You are in the thick of the first draft of your novel, but it’s difficult to find the focus and drive to move forward. You need a supportive group of fellow writers to push you on, and a great tutor to make sure you’re on track. Work-In-Progress is for you.
    online
  14. Getting Started: Beginners' Fiction (Daytime)

    2020-01-29
    2020-04-15
    London
    onsite
    GSD24
    Fiction
    A twelve-week creative writing course for beginners. Playful, serious and fun, it asks what writing is and why we do it
    29th January 2020 - 15th April 2020

    Twelve weeks
    Starting out
    Fiction
    Sue Gee
    A twelve-week creative writing course for beginners. Playful, serious and fun, it asks what writing is and why we do it
    london
  15. Read Like A Writer

    2020-02-03
    2020-03-01
    Online
    online
    RLW16
    Fiction
    Read wider, read smarter and find new ways to get your words onto the page
    3rd February 2020 - 1st March 2020

    4 weeks
    Starting out
    Fiction
    Tom Bromley
    Read wider, read smarter and find new ways to get your words onto the page
    online
  16. Fiction Skills: Research

    2020-02-17
    2020-03-15
    Online
    online
    osr11
    Fiction
    Convert dry facts and higgledy-piggledy materials into compelling stories packed with atmosphere.
    17th February 2020 - 15th March 2020

    Four weeks
    Improving
    Fiction
    Philip Marsden
    Convert dry facts and higgledy-piggledy materials into compelling stories packed with atmosphere.
    online
  17. Fiction Skills: Plot

    2020-02-24
    2020-03-22
    Online
    online
    OSP17
    Fiction
    Whatever genre or form you want to write in, you need a story to tell and a way to tell it.
    24th February 2020 - 22nd March 2020

    Four weeks
    Improving
    Fiction
    Tom Bromley
    Whatever genre or form you want to write in, you need a story to tell and a way to tell it.
    online
  18. How To Write A Poem

    2020-04-22
    2020-07-08
    London
    onsite
    HWP15
    Poetry
    A playful, supportive three-month poetry course for beginners and aspiring amateur poets, with two of the best practitioners and teachers in the country – all at the home of British poetry, Faber & Faber.
    22nd April 2020 - 8th July 2020

    Twelve weeks
    Starting out
    Poetry
    Maurice Riordan, Richard Scott
    A playful, supportive three-month poetry course for beginners and aspiring amateur poets, with two of the best practitioners and teachers in the country – all at the home of British poetry, Faber & Faber.
    london
  19. Poetry Salon

    2020-04-23
    2020-07-09
    London
    onsite
    POS13
    Poetry
    At the heart of this lively and energetic course – taught by two of Britain’s leading poets – is the writing and sharing of new work. In weekly two-hour sessions, you’ll be creatively challenged to break free of your comfort zones.
    23rd April 2020 - 9th July 2020

    12 weeks
    Advanced
    Poetry
    Maurice Riordan, Richard Scott
    At the heart of this lively and energetic course – taught by two of Britain’s leading poets – is the writing and sharing of new work. In weekly two-hour sessions, you’ll be creatively challenged to break free of your comfort zones.
    london
  20. Memoir and Life Writing

    2020-04-30
    2020-07-16
    London
    onsite
    MEM12
    Non-fiction
    How to write a life? Let alone your own? Spend three months asking and answering the questions that a memoirist needs to answer.
    30th April 2020 - 16th July 2020

    Three months
    Improving
    Non-fiction
    Miranda Doyle
    How to write a life? Let alone your own? Spend three months asking and answering the questions that a memoirist needs to answer.
    london
  21. Finish Your Draft

    2020-10-01
    2021-03-25
    London
    onsite
    FYD3
    Fiction
    A natural continuation for graduates of Writing A Novel, or a great support group for writers who need to really get their head down and get to the end, this weekly six-month course is all about reaching your goal. The application deadline for this course is midnight on Tuesday 1 September 2020.
    1st October 2020 - 25th March 2021

    Six months
    Advanced
    Fiction
    Gillian Slovo
    A natural continuation for graduates of Writing A Novel, or a great support group for writers who need to really get their head down and get to the end, this weekly six-month course is all about reaching your goal. The application deadline for this course is midnight on Tuesday 1 September 2020.
    london
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