Richard Skinner

Richard Skinner is a novelist, poet and critic. His most recent book, The Mirror, was described as ‘beautifully written . . . immersive . . . captivating’ by the Guardian. As Director of the Fiction Programme at Faber Academy, he created the flagship ‘Writing a Novel’ six-month course in 2009 and since then has helped hundreds of writers find their voice.
  1. Start To Write

    Start To Write

    One day
    27th - 27th October 2018
    Richard Skinner
    London

    No-excuses, let’s-get-going, beginners' creative writing courses to kickstart your creative life.

  2. Start To Write

    Start To Write

    One day
    24th - 24th November 2018
    Richard Skinner
    London

    No-excuses, let’s-get-going, beginners' creative writing courses to kickstart your creative life.

  3. Start To Write

    Start To Write

    One day
    15th - 15th December 2018
    Richard Skinner
    London

    No-excuses, let’s-get-going, beginners' creative writing courses to kickstart your creative life.

  4. Start To Write

    Start To Write

    One day
    26th - 26th January 2019
    Richard Skinner
    London

    No-excuses, let’s-get-going, beginners' creative writing courses to kickstart your creative life.

  5. Start To Write

    Start To Write

    One day
    23rd - 23rd February 2019
    Richard Skinner
    London

    No-excuses, let’s-get-going, beginners' creative writing courses to kickstart your creative life.

  6. Start To Write

    Start To Write

    One day
    30th - 30th March 2019
    Richard Skinner
    London

    No-excuses, let’s-get-going, beginners' creative writing courses to kickstart your creative life.

  7. Writing A Novel (Evening)

    Writing A Novel (Evening)

    Six months
    22nd January 2019 - 2nd July 2019
    Richard T. Kelly, Richard Skinner, Sarah May
    London
    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