The new Focus on Fiction Course starts at the Brunel Museum, Rotherhithe (near the station) London Se16 on September 28th. Booking deadline Sept 21st. This is an established fortnightly six session course on Monday evenings giving a good grounding in fiction skills. Small group with an emphasis on feedback and support. Suits both newcomers and those with some experience. Cost £95, concessions negotiable. Many happy graduates working on new projects! If you’d like full information just email firstname.lastname@example.org
From Alison Clayburn, writing tutor: The summer run of the successful Focus on Fiction course at the Brunel Museum (near Rotherhithe Station SE16) will be starting on Monday April 13th. Sessions are fortnightly (more or less, May bank holidays make a blip) in a run of six. Booking deadline is April 9th. Sessions are fortnightly 7-9.30pm and the cost is £95.00…
I’ve been running local courses in this fascinating area of London for five years now. I specialise in short fiction, poetry and Writing for Self Discovery, with a small group, holistic approach. You’ll find more information on all my Rotherhithe courses on Facebook.
FLASH FICTION at the Brunel Museum
facilitated by Alison Clayburn, tutor in fiction, poetry and Writing for Self Discovery.
Rotherhithe London SE16 (near Rotherhithe Overground station)
Wednesday February 18th 2015 6.30 – 9.30pm
A workshop on the increasingly popular genre of Flash Fiction, followed by a talk and question and answer session with Jay Merill, resident writer at Women in Publishing and short fiction specialist. She will read from her latest work and tell us about the trials and pleasures of both publishing on paper and submitting to e-publications, with an emphasis on how to succeed in this growing field.
You are invited to share your own experience too!
To book: email email@example.com
Booking deadline: Saturday Feb 14th 2015
The next run of Focus on Fiction at the Brunel Museum SE16 (near Rotherhithe Station) starts Jan 12, booking deadline is Jan 9th.
I’ve been running this course for several years now- 6 Monday evening sessions fortnightly – lovely setting and a small supportive group, covering the building blocks of fiction with plenty of time for feedback.
There is quite a lively writing community in Rotherhithe – I offer other courses and workshops there too: see my Facebook page
Hello- this is Alison Clayburn: firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m a poet, short fiction writer and tutor in both plus Writing for Self Discovery. Having worked for quite a few London colleges (latest Birkbeck for ten years) I now run my own programme of courses and workshops, with small group sizes and an emphasis on mutual support. I live in a lovely part of London by the Thames and focus on developing courses locally. So – my Facebook page is CreativeWritingInRotherhithe
The new focus on fiction course at the Brunel Museum, London SE16, starts on September 22nd and continues fortnightly to Dec 1st. The time is 7-9.30pm, the cost is £95 (concessions negotiable) and the booking deadline is Sept 15th. It’s suitable for both beginners and those with some experience.
I have been running these courses for four years at the museum, a great venue near Rotherhithe Overground, and, as a short fiction specialist, have refined the format to cover all the basics in 6 fortnightly sessions. The purpose of fortnightly is to allow time for producing work to bring to the next session, when there’s plenty of time for feedback and for exploration of a new topic.
I have found that, because the groups are small, people appreciate both the attention their writing gets and the opportunity to get to know other writers. I always offer the opportunity to do a follow on course called ‘further skills’, tailored to participants’ needs.
If you’d like to know more have a look at the Brunel Museum website . My Facebook page gives more information too. If you have any questions, would like a course description and/or want to book, do email me on email@example.com.
Hello- this is Alison Clayburn: firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m a poet, short fiction writer and tutor in both plus Writing for Self Discovery. Having worked for quite a few London colleges (latest Birkbeck for ten years) I now run my own programme of courses and workshops, with small group sizes and an emphasis on mutual support. I live in a lovely part of London by the Thames and focus on developing courses locally. So – my Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/CreativeWritingInRotherhithe I studied writing for personal development as part of my Sussex MA and am particularly interested in the crossover between self exploratory writing and powerful, effective poetry or prose. Many of my ongoing writers attend a variety of the workshops and courses I offer- fiction, poetry, self discovery.
I sometimes organise one-off workshops so – if you are within easy travelling distance of Rotherhithe Overground Station (East London line) you are invited to a Flash Fiction workshop on the evening of Monday Sept 8th, 6.30-9.30pm at the. iconic Brunel Museum by the River Thames: the location of my short fiction courses. This workshop is open to all, with an appropriately short Flash Fiction writing activity, discussion and an information and advice session with Jay Merill, Flash Fiction specialist, resident writer at Women in Publishing and winner of the Salt Prize for fiction. If you’d like to know more about this growing field, including online publishing opportunities, do contact me by email to book. Cost is £12.00, booking deadline Sept 1st. You’ll also find information on the Brunel Museum website.
If you are interested in Writing for Self Discovery I’ll be running a fresh set of three monthly Saturday afternoon workshops at Canada Water library (right by Canada Water station) on Sept 13, Oct 11 and Nov 8. These have been running for quite a while- with a core group and new faces always welcome. This series’ theme is SHAPES. The cost is £75 for three, if booked together, £60 for two or £30 for one. The group is small, confidential and supportive. If you’d like to know more do contact me email@example.com and/or check out https://www.facebook.com/CreativeWritingInRotherhithe And for poets – there’s a poetry workshop suitable for both beginners and those with some experience on Saturday Nov 22nd. These workshops offer the chance to do one free verse poem and one using form. The November theme is SURVIVAL AND SYLLABICS.