This course is designed for both beginners and more experienced writers who are wishing to develop their own style and voice.
The course comprises of workshop-led two hour sessions in which the class will draw on exercises to unlock the individual writer’s greatest strengths, focusing on style, story and emotional resonance.
Participants will cover a variety of forms and find the one best suited to the individual, so that by the end of the course each will have a short story, opening chapter of a novel, a scene for a play or screenplay, or poem.
The objective is to stimulate the imagination in a supportive environment and to foster a love for the writing process that will continue long after the course has ended.
The course is taught by Liz McSkeane is a poet, short story writer and novelist. She won the Hennessy New Irish Writer of the Year Award for her poetry and her début novel, 'Canticle', was a winner in the Irish Writers Centre Novel Fair. Her collection of short stories, 'What to Put in a Suitcase' was published in October, 2022. She is the founder and Director of Turas Press, an independent publishing house based in Dublin.
Starts: 17th Jan 2023
Times: Tuesday's 18:30 - 20:30
Duration: 10 Weeks
Graduates who complete this course may apply to the following course in BFEI:
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