Generating ideas; characterisation; plotting; structure; dialogue; research; creating tension & pace; location/setting; themes, marketing your work.
What you will achieve
By the end of the course you will be able to :
If experienced - to have expanded/improved your body of work; to have further developed your skills in key areas of writing fiction. If less experienced writers: to have started a body of work, to have identified and practised some of the key writing skills.
Go on to further creative writing courses; Media courses at various levels, appropriate to the individual.
What you need to bring
No extra costs. Please bring materials to write with in class: pen, paper or laptop computer / tablet. .
SUE WALKER is a novelist published by Penguin. She has over 20 years’ experience as an investigative television journalist and has extensive experience of running courses and workshops as a Creative Writing Tutor.
Please bring materials to write with in class: pen, paper or laptop computer / tablet.
How to Enrol
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