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  1. Write A Short Story In A Weekend (Online)

    2020-03-20
    2020-03-22
    Online
    online
    SSWO7
    Fiction
    A new short story? You are going to need one free weekend, one egg timer, and one big pot of coffee... This one is not for the faint-hearted.
    20th - 22nd March 2020

    Three days
    Improving
    Fiction
    Susmita Bhattacharya
    A new short story? You are going to need one free weekend, one egg timer, and one big pot of coffee... This one is not for the faint-hearted.
    online
  2. The Five Day Short Story

    2020-07-13
    2020-07-17
    London
    onsite
    5DS12
    Fiction
    Five days, one story – master the art of the short story in one intense summer week
    13th - 17th July 2020

    Five days
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    Fiction
    Shelley Weiner
    Five days, one story – master the art of the short story in one intense summer week
    london
  3. Who Do You Think They Are? Getting Into Character (Five Days)

    2020-07-20
    2020-07-24
    London
    onsite
    GIC6
    Fiction
    The success of a novel depends on insightful, considered and compelling characterisation. For a fictional character to appear real, they need to have convincing inner lives. They should have a traceable emotional history which makes sense of their needs, desires, ambitions, fears, secrets, contradictions and vulnerabilities. They must stand up to close analysis.
    20th - 24th July 2020

    Five Days
    Improving
    Fiction
    Arabel Charlaff
    The success of a novel depends on insightful, considered and compelling characterisation. For a fictional character to appear real, they need to have convincing inner lives. They should have a traceable emotional history which makes sense of their needs, desires, ambitions, fears, secrets, contradictions and vulnerabilities. They must stand up to close analysis.
    london
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