The Writing Workout this Saturday, 4 November, is fully booked! If you'd like to add your name to the waiting list, please email email@example.com. You never know. A spot may open up!
Places are filling quickly for the Winchester Writers' Festival Writing Workout - 4 November, 10 - 4 pm. Five sessions of 50 minutes each with five experienced and supportive tutors. Only £55 for the day, including tea and cake! For more info and to book: www.writersfestival.co.uk.
Booking is now open for the popular Winchester Writers' Festival Writing Workout, Saturday 4 November, 10 - 4, at the University of Winchester. Flex your creative writing muscles with a series of guided exercises led by experienced writing tutors in a friendly, supportive environment.
The day consists of five sessions, each 50 minutes long, with short breaks in between. Work through character ideas, conflict and emotion, narrative voice, setting and shape in your work. Suita...ble for new writers as well as the more experienced, working in any genre. Tutors include Adrienne Dines, Isabel Rogers, Stephen Thompson, Lorna Fergusson and Judith Heneghan. Tea, coffee and cake provided.
Bring your own lunch or eat in one of the campus cafes and don't forget to bring writing materials.
Cost is only £55 for the day! Book early as the workshop fills quickly.
In the office today, sorting through papers and coming down from the high of the Writers' Festival! What a great weekend we had! Thanks to all that came and if you're not on our newsletter mailing list, please do join to be the first to hear about next year's Festival and any other events/workshops that we may run throughout the year. Sign up at www.writersfestival.co.uk/newsletter Photos and a Festival recap will be posted on our website in a week or so.
The final hour of Sunday Workshops, which wraps up an action-packed weekend of workshops, talks, one-to-one appointments, open mics, readings, dinners, and writing, writing, writing at the Writers' Festival! Exhausted but happy! Were you there? What was your favourite bit?