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Writing Fiction: The Essentials with Ian Nettleton

Programme WCN-UEA Creative Writing Programme
Level Level 1, 10-week course
Dates

12th April - 21st June 2016

Location

Dragon Hall, 115-123 King Street, NR1 1QE

Cost £230 / concessions £195

During this 10-week course, take your love of reading short fiction and novels to the next level by learning the vital elements that go towards creating a great story. Have your work assessed in a supportive, critical and encouraging environment.

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Writing Fiction: Intermediate with Sarah Bower

Programme WCN-UEA Creative Writing Programme
Level Level 1, 10-week course
Dates

12th April - 21st June 2016

Location

Dragon Hall, 115-123 King Street, NR1 1QE

Cost £230 / concessions £195

Find a sense of play and adventure in your writing and back it up with strong research and story-telling techniques in this 10 week face-to-face Writing Fiction: Intermediate course led by novelist Sarah Bower. Benefit from in-depth feedback from Sarah, along with peer support and workshopping sessions.

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About Ian Nettleton About Ian Nettleton

Ian Nettleton’s novel The Last Migration was runner-up in the Bath Novel Award 2014. He has a PhD in Creative and Critical Writing from the University of East Anglia and teaches creative writing (prose, scriptwriting, journalism) at UEA and the Open University.  He has freelanced for the BBC  as a writer/presenter (summarising classic novels in sixty seconds, starting with War and Peace), appeared on BBC Radio 4’s Open Book and critiqued for TLC, London. He is currently working on a novel about a boy whose father is an exorcist.

About Helen Ivory About Helen Ivory

Sarah Bower is a novelist and short story writer. She is also a regular contributor to Words With Jam and the Historical Novels Review (which she edited for two years). She works as a mentor to other writers, and has taught creative writing at the University of East Anglia, the Open University and the Unthank School of Writing. Sarah is the author of three novels. Her first, The Needle in the Blood, was Susan Hill’s Book of the Year 2007. Her third, Erosion has an East Anglian setting, was published in 2014.