Writing the Wild: Creative and Narrative Non-fiction That Bites
This is a two hour participatory workshop with lots of prompts and plenty of interaction. Over the session you’ll have the chance to generate a new piece of work which you’ll then be able to develop through several stages until you have a draft that sings on the page. We’ll talk about what makes good non-fiction stand out, how to get noticed by editors and publishers, and what to do next in your writing journey. This workshop will work for you if you’re new to writing non-fiction or about the natural world. It will also work for you if you’ve thousands of words under your belt.
Date Saturday, November 13, 11 AM EST / 4 PM BST
E. E. Rhodes is an archaeologist who lives slap bang in the middle of England. Her prose and poetry appears in a range of anthologies and journals and has won or placed in more than forty competitions. She writes a column about rural issues for Spelt Magazine and is a reader for Twin Pies Literary. She’s been teaching adults for thirty years and has led creative writing workshops as part of several U.K. festivals.
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