Course Provider: Nottingham Trent University
Contact Name: Linsey Richards
Telephone: 0115 848 2813
Course Length: 10 am - 4 pm, two days
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Two day short story writing workshop.
Do you have an idea for a short story but don’t know how to begin? Or maybe you’ve an idea for a novel but writing a shorter version will help you get started?
On this course you’ll be guided through the process of writing your first piece, and introduced to ways in which writers get their work seen in this competitive arena.
The course will suit both the beginner and those with more experience who are interested in honing an idea or who are seeking fresh inspiration.
On this course you will:
undertaken practical writing exercises
consider essential aspects, including character, setting, imagery and structure
gain inspiration and advice about how to take your short stories from initial ideas to polished pieces, ready for release
look into the practicalities of matching and submitting your short stories to competitions and journals.
What will I gain?
By the end of the course you’ll have the knowledge, practical skills and confidence to write your own short story as well as ideas about how and where to get them published.
Tutor profile: Megan Taylor is the author of three novels, How We Were Lost, The Dawning and The Lives of Ghosts and a short story collection, The Woman Under the Ground.
She has an MA in Novel Writing with Distinction from Manchester Metropolitan University, and has enjoyed running creative writing workshops for many years.
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