CREATIVE WRITING WEEKEND
‘Writing for Magazines’
Royal Agricultural University – Cirencester
6th to 8th September 2019
Attend as a Day Visitor or Residential Member
Course Leader: Simon Whaley
Ever wanted to write a magazine article, but don’t know how to start? Or perhaps you’ve had a couple of pieces published and want to develop your skills further? How do you get six articles from one idea? Do you need photographs, and what rights will magazines ask for these days? This course will answer all those questions, and more!
If you have an idea for an article, or you’ve got an article you’d like to bring with you, then we’ll work on it over the weekend. (Simon is happy to look at delegates’ work prior to the weekend.)
Simon Whaley is an award-winning, and bestselling writer. He has written thirteen non-fiction books, his first, ‘100 Ways For A Dog To Train Its Human’ has sold over 269,000 copies and spent 4 weeks on the UK bestseller lists. He tutored for the Writers’ Bureau comprehensive correspondence course for over ten years, and he has a regular column in Writing Magazine. Simon’s outdoor features have appeared in publications as diverse as The People’s Friend, British Travel (USA), Discover Britain, BBC Countryfile, The Observer, The Countryman, Country Walking, Trek & Mountain, Cheshire Life and Outdoor Photography. He is an excellent tutor, who runs practical courses that are informal, friendly, but more importantly, fun! With time to develop your own writing ideas, you will receive constructive feedback and guidance on how to write publishable travel pieces. For more information about Simon visit his website: www.simonwhaley.co.uk
TOPICS TO BE COVERED IN THE PROGRAMME:
This course will show you how to observe the landscape around you and convey its character and atmosphere in your writing, while also showing you how to use landscape as a means of generating creativity.
For further information Contact Lois Maddox on Tel. 01454 773579
Write to: The Secretary, ‘Relax & Write’ 9 (D) Langthorn Close, Frampton Cotterell, Bristol BS36 2JH.
Book early to guarantee a place and pay by instalments. Non-participating partners welcome.