Creative Writing - Inspired by Favourite Writings

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Length 8 Weeks
Site Broadwater Campus Map
Attendance Part Time
Course Code DCL679
Tutor Sarah Higbee
Day / Time Tuesday - 14:00-16:00
Start 24-Apr-2018
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About this Course

For students of all abilities. As students bring in their own work to read, the variety of writing they experience makes for a stimulating and creative atmosphere. There is also a teaching focus each week.

 

Course Content

This term we will examine how contemporary writers and poets tackle issues such as viewpoint, scene setting and dialogue and students will have an opportunity to share their favourite authors and explain how they have inspired them.

What you will achieve

By the end of the course you will be able to understand how professional writers from a range of genres deal with some of the major technical issues in modern writing.

Progression/Career Path

Many students have attended this course for a number of years, finding the ongoing advice and encouragement helpful to their writing. A number of students have also had their work published in magazines and been placed in writing competitions.

What you need to bring

Please bring along writing materials and copies of your own work. There are no other costs involved in this course.

The Tutor

A qualified teacher, Sarah Higbee has recently signed a publishing contract for a novel and also had articles, flash fiction, poetry and short stories published. She has been running a series of successful courses at Northbrook for the past 8 years.

How to Enrol

For information on enrolling in person, by phone or by post, click here.

Course Content

This term we will examine how contemporary writers and poets tackle issues such as viewpoint, scene setting and dialogue and students will have an opportunity to share their favourite authors and explain how they have inspired them.

What you will achieve

By the end of the course you will be able to understand how professional writers from a range of genres deal with some of the major technical issues in modern writing.

Progression/Career Path

Many students have attended this course for a number of years, finding the ongoing advice and encouragement helpful to their writing. A number of students have also had their work published in magazines and been placed in writing competitions.

What you need to bring

Please bring along writing materials and copies of your own work. There are no other costs involved in this course.

The Tutor

A qualified teacher, Sarah Higbee has recently signed a publishing contract for a novel and also had articles, flash fiction, poetry and short stories published. She has been running a series of successful courses at Northbrook for the past 8 years.

How to Enrol

For information on enrolling in person, by phone or by post, click here.