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13 Novels and short stories courses in Central London

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Examine questions of domesticity, identity and independence via a selection of short stories by writers such as Susan Glaspell and Sylvia Townsend...more

Duration: 1 day

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the graphic design project Online course
£49From£42 Instant book

In this tutored online design project an art gallery wants to promote its collection by creating a series of graphic novels about the stories within the paintings. You will be turning one image into...more

Duration: Variable

Beginner

Certificate of Attendance

Online course £49From£42 Instant book
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heart of bliss Online course
£384From£29 Instant book

First Novel Masterclass Course + specialised Thriller/Mystery/Suspense Module provides budding writers with all the support and guidance required to write successful novels, with specialist guidance for...more

Duration: Variable

Multiple levels

Course Provider Diploma/Certificate/Award

Online course £384From£29 Instant book
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w2a - writer to author
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Take a 3 day course on historical fiction covering Shakespeare, Charlotte Bronte and Charles Dickens. On each day, cover the work of one author and with the aid of guided writing exercises, examine the...more

Duration: 3 days

Multiple levels

Full time

No Qualification

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