All events will be held online, booking opens 28 September at 10am
We are delighted to have Cassandra with us this year sharing her knowledge and skills as a bestselling writer in an online writing workshop delivered over three weeks from October 7 to 21
Anyone who wants to give Creative Writing a go can sign up. You don't need any qualifications other than something to write on, something to write with, and the desire to try out what you can do. If you've always wanted to try writing but have never found the time to do it before, this session is for you. If you're already working on your creative writing skills and want to spend some time having fun with fellow writers, this session is for you. If you haven't written creatively since you left school, this session is for you. If you think it sounds like fun but you're not sure whether you're creative enough to take part, you absolutely are, and this session is definitely for you. We'll be working with prompts, so you don't need to worry about thinking of an idea before the session.
This workshop is now sold out
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