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  1. Five Days To Write A Life

    2020-02-24
    2020-02-28
    London
    onsite
    5wl4
    Non-fiction
    How to write a life? I have no particular theories as to how a life story should be structured and presented, but I am interested in understanding the nature of the stories you wish to tell and I will do my best to facilitate the telling of them.
    24th - 28th February 2020

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    Non-fiction
    Julia Blackburn
    How to write a life? I have no particular theories as to how a life story should be structured and presented, but I am interested in understanding the nature of the stories you wish to tell and I will do my best to facilitate the telling of them.
    london
  2. Writing Women

    2020-01-13
    2020-01-17
    London
    onsite
    WWM1
    Fiction
    What kind of writing effectively captures the textures and quandaries of women’s lives? What techniques will you need to bring these textures into your own writing?
    13th - 17th January 2020

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    Fiction
    Rachel Cusk, Katherine Angel
    What kind of writing effectively captures the textures and quandaries of women’s lives? What techniques will you need to bring these textures into your own writing?
    london
  3. Who Do You Think They Are? Getting Into Character (Five Days)

    2020-01-06
    2020-01-10
    London
    onsite
    gic5
    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.
    6th - 10th January 2020

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    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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