A course to help edit, structure and enhance your story, with guides to help progress key scenes, develop plot and improve tense, point of view and dialogue. Our tutor will give you supportive constructive feedback to assist you to advance ... More information
COMPLETE YOUR NOVEL
Bring in your manuscripts whether finished or half written. This practical course is aimed at supporting you to develop a finished novel.
help to develop a pitch package (USP, synopsis, query letter, elevator pitch) and tips on the best ... More information
Another opportunity to work with me outdoors and in- with the stories of the land, sea and air, and of your life, in poetry and prose. The far West of Cornwall is where the event takes place, and each day ... More information
Do you have an idea for a novel but don't know where to start? Have you started a novel but have lost your momentum? Let Imagine help you to realise your dream by enrolling in this 5-part course to take ... More information
Navigating your way from manuscript to book deal.
Is your book ready to share with the world? James Spackman and Mary Morris will guide you through every stage of the publication process, from traditional publishing - how it works and how ... More information
Featuring Alice Oswald, Ben Haggarty, Hugh Lupton, Daniel Morden, Dr Helen King, Acrojou, The Trans-Siberian March Band. Encounter epics by firelight, the musings of shipwrecked warriors, wild ideas, gravity-defying Satyrs and an explosion of Balkan brass, as we enter a ... More information
Family relationships are complicated and fascinating. In this series of six evening workshops, we’ll each create a fictional family and write a series of linked short stories giving glimpses and insights into their family life. More information
Explore fear, grief, hope and ways of discussing climate change in the contemporary novel with this new course from Writers' HQ.
Humanity is defined by the stories we tell ourselves. But our stories are failing and the world is suffering.
It’s time ... More information
This short course on two consecutive Saturdays will look at what types of writing projects might attract public and private funding and how to make a good application. It will focus on funding from Arts Council England through their Lottery ... More information
Organised by The Society of Authors the evening will feature advice from award-winning poets Penelope Shuttle and Pascale Petit.
Aimed at aspiring writers who are seeking to make a living from poetry and related activities, the event will be chaired by ... More information