5 CREATIVE WRITING SESSIONS IN BATH LIBRARY with Alex and guests..
(Yes, back in the library until they revamp – hooray) THURSDAY MORNINGS 10.30AM-12.30PM – £90 FOR THE 5 SESSIONS ( 4 places left)
SEPTEMBER 13TH, 20TH AND 27TH – A WEEKS BREAK THEN OCTOBER 11TH AND 18TH
THE FOCUS IN ON getting you writing with lots of prompts and exercises to give you ideas for novels or short stories. Each week a different guest speaker will join me and talk about their particular genre, what they are engaged in or about their writing life. These workshops are suitable for beginners or experienced writers. Informal. Come and meet other writers. Numbers are limited to 12 –
If flash fiction is your thing, then please scroll down to see what Jude has to offer.
No refunds i’m afraid but you can send a friend in your place.
Challenge from Alex:
Write a myth, modern or ancient inspired by this beautiful head dug up in a Bath cemetery.
A challenge from Alex: Write a conversation between two people. It’s the end of an affair.
Places available on Workshop 7th November Hall and Woodhouse, Bath. 10.30-12.30pm
Building your writing C.V with Alex and Jude
The focus is on getting published with lots of tips and information, followed by guest speaker award winning writer, Joanna Campbell, who will talk about her route to publication
Booking on website or email for more info.
A creative writing workshop with Alex and Jude in the Pavilion room at Hall and Woodhouse in Bath
10.30 – 12.30, Tuesday 3rd October
Maximum 12 people
Paintings have always inspired writers. The Girl with the Pearl Earring by Tracy Chevalier is one example. The author saw the painting by Johannes Vermeer when she was nineteen years old. ‘The Goldfinch’, by Donna Tartt is another celebrated novel inspired by Carel Fabritius’s painting of the same name. ‘In Sunlight or in Shadow’ is a collection of seventeen short stories inspired by the paintings of Edward Hopper,by well known authors including Stephen King, Joyce Carole Oates and Robert Olen Butler.
In this workshop we will use paintings as prompts, not only to spark ideas for fiction, but to think about how to look more carefully into paintings and ‘read’ them.
Suitable for both beginners and experienced writers, this workshop will get you writing.
Check out our booking terms and conditions here and contact us for other payment methods.