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Advanced autobiographical writing

A supportive workshop for more experienced writers of autobiography (including fictionalised work or poetry). Close attention to your work, exploration of techniques and discussion of relevant issues. Suitable for students who have an ongoing project and may have attended autobiographical writing courses.

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Date: 21 Apr 15 - 7 Jul 15
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Advanced critical workshop for creative writers

A supportive but rigorous workshop for those with substantial experience in novel and short story writing. High level of writing skills required.

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Advanced fiction writing

For writers who have moved beyond the initial beginning phase in their writing, and have completed an introductory course in creative writing. All forms of fiction long and short will be supported in these classes.

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Advanced poetry workshop

Martina Evans teaches an advanced poetry workshop drawing on cinematic techniques in the idyllic surroundings of the Keats House, Hampstead.

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Date: 14 Sep 14 - 14 Sep 14
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Creating fiction

A continuous workshop for experienced, but not necessarily published, writers of short stories and novels.

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How to write novels

Structured two term course dealing with all aspects of novel writing technique and prose style, ideal for experienced writers of fiction who have a novel in progress. You will also need a high level of writing skills. If you wish to be considered, please submit the first page of your novel to humanities@citylit.ac.uk. Please note that no present tense first person stream of consciousness submissions will be considered. Term 2 will start on 16th January.

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Date: 2 Oct 14 - 26 Mar 15
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How to write novels workshop

A continuation course for writers who have attended 'How to write novels' or who have a novel in progress.

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Date: 23 Apr 15 - 9 Jul 15
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Page to stage: professional development module for playwriting

An intense three-week professional development course open to advanced playwriting students, culminating in a one-act competition/series to be held at a the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, in mid August 2014. £500 prize for the best play.

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Date: 21 Jul 14 - 10 Aug 14
This course has started. It may still be possible to enrol. Please call 020 7831 7831

Playwriting: stage 2

A workshop for experienced playwrights with work in progress: an opportunity to review the elements of a play and to continue working on your own draft.

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Date: 30 Sep 14 - 16 Dec 14
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