Although there are no entry requirements for this course, if you are new to creative writing, the Beginners course should be your first stop.
13 Apr 2021
This course is for anyone who has made the first tentative steps towards developing their creative writing, who wish to continue on their journey.
At the end of the course, students will be asked to read a piece of their creative writing. The course also covers what to do next, how to keep going, and starts you thinking about how to set up a writing group.
Everything you need to know before booking this course.
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