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How to Write A novel With Della

Do you have a novel in you? Have you be­gun a novel and run out of steam? Or do you need a bit more in­spi­ra­tion? Join us and find out how to start or progress your novel.

Cre­at­ing Char­ac­ters: the good, the Bad And every­one in Be­tween! With Suzanne

Think of the char­ac­ters in fic­tion that you re­mem­ber. What is it about them that you love or hate? Have they made you cry, or laugh, or shout? Through in­ter­ac­tive dis­cus­sions, ex­er­cises and group work, this work­shop will show you how to cre­ate char­ac­ters with in­ten­sity and power.

Writ­ing For Chil­dren With Anita

This is a brand-new work­shop for those who want to write for chil­dren. Through­out the day, you’ll be draw­ing on your own child­hood, ex­plor­ing the types of char­ac­ters that ap­peal to kids and learn how to cre­ate con­flict ap­pro­pri­ate for the age group.

Please bring a cou­ple of chil­dren’s books that you ad­mire.

Writ­ing Pic­ture Books With Anita

You’ll dis­cover that the words are as im­por­tant as the pic­tures, learn all about struc­ture, plot and not re­veal­ing too much early on. You will then write your own pic­ture book on the day.

Writ­ing Po­etry For Com­pe­ti­tions With Ali­son

Win­ning a po­etry com­pe­ti­tion is a short­cut to es­tab­lish­ing your­self in the po­etry world. We’ll look at the scope of com­pe­ti­tions, at what wins and why, and at­tempt to com­pose an ir­re­sistible en­try.

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