Join acclaimed writer and founder of Dialect JLM Morton on this fun and interactive six-part course exploring the basics of beginning to write.
We’ll begin by kickstarting your writing habit and go on to explore some of the key features of creative writing, from observation and point of view to characterisation and form.
VENUE: The Sub Rooms in Stroud and also available as an online course (see below).
DATES: The course will take place on Mondays throughout the autumn term:
September 13th 7-9pm
September 27th 7-9pm
October 11th 7-9pm
November 8th 7-9pm
November 22nd 7-9pm
December 6th 7-9pm
COST: £215 for the whole term. Book via The Sub Rooms here.
Please note that this course is payable in instalments – see the Sub Rooms event page for details.
Full and partial bursaries are available for this course. Apply here.
We know that for many rural writers, online learning has opened up new and exciting opportunities to develop their practice, so we’re committed to continuing our online offer. This course will also be available as a correspondence course at the reduced rate of £150 (also payable in instalments). This includes: self-study pack with reading, prompts, two optional Zoom workshops and written feedback on work. To enrol, please email email@example.com