Creative Writing courses
We have a range of courses for you to choose from, whether you are looking to develop your creative writing skills, write your novel or use writing to improve your wellbeing and give you a new sense of direction in life.
Emma is a skilled facilitator in creative writing and writing for personal development. She has written for numerous national publications, published seven non-fiction books and one novel. There are, of course, plenty of writers out there offering to teach you, but it is important that whoever you choose can actually teach! As a Senior Lecturer for over 18 years, Emma has coached numerous students to success and is passionate about nurturing new writers. Her other projects include: designing an MA in Creative Writing & Publishing for Bournemouth University (on which she also teaches); launching and directing the international Fresher Writing Prize for unpublished writers; facilitating workshops in personal and professional development for GPs.
Creative Writing Evening Courses
Evening courses run in six week blocks (or you can opt for the Sunday one-day workshops, see below).
Emma offers evening courses in Creative Writing in Mudeford, near Christchurch for writers of all levels on a Tuesday evening (7-9pm). Groups are kept small (never more than 8 people) so that teaching is personal and you are able to get the most out of the experience.
The next six-week course will start mid September and costs £120. To reserve your place, please contact Emma at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday Writing Intensives
Emma offers intense workshops on Sundays in Stanpit, near Christchurch, for writers of all levels. These workshops offer a packed day of advice, inspiration and exercises on everything you need to know to take your novel from pen to publication. Groups are kept small (never more than 8 people) so that teaching is personal and you are able to get the most out of the experience.
Day workshops now available for 2019/20 are as follows:
Each day’s workshop costs £65. To reserve your place or ask for more details, please contact Emma at email@example.com. More dates will be released in the Autumn.
Writing the Novel (How to get it, and keep it, on track): October 13th 2019
Igniting the Spark (kickstarting your writing): January 19th 2020
Writing Characters to Remember: March 8th 2020
Sharpening your skills (suitable for all levels): April 26th 2020