Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Writers & Artists newsletter

In the latest Writers & Artists newsletter, there are details of a new short writing course:

Writers' & Artists' Yearbook 2017
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Children's Writers' & Artists' Yearbook 2017




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Are you the next leading voice in children’s literature? Reserve your place on this specially curated course to secure six weeks of guidance from industry experts and leading authors, plus a critique of up to 7,500 words of your writing from one of our course tutors.




Lucie Whitehouse

"In my role as editor, reader and parent, I am passionate that the very best writing for children gets published."
Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook and Children’s Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook editor, Alysoun Owen, on the decision to curate a short course tailor-made for authors of children’s narrative fiction.




Lucie Whitehouse

"So what do I think culinary gothic means? To me, it is a style of writing that uses food to characterise elements of mystery, death and the unnatural."
How does it feel to create a new literary genre? Author Martine Bailey discusses her particular writing style that led to the creation of the 'culinary gothic.’ 




Lucie Whitehouse

Join us for two evenings of practical advice and expert tips to take your writing to the next level.

First, an invaluable opportunity to hold a mirror to your own work and take heed of advice from acclaimed novelist Claire McGowan, who asks, quite simply, What’s Wrong With Your Book? This fascinating masterclass will see Claire break down the common problems that stop books being published, including issues with viewpoint, pacing, structure, setting, premise and more. Book now
Lucie Whitehouse
Next, delve into the writing techniques and draw inspiration from one of literature's most well-loved novelists in our Jane Austen Writers' Club masterclass, led by author ( and five-times-great niece of Jane herself) Rebecca SmithBook now
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Following our successful series of masterclasses dedicated to the writing process, Jenny Hayes, Communications Executive at Book Aid International recaps what we learned from the brilliant guest speakers on show, from pace and plot through to voice and much more!
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