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Where: Creative Writing the Artist's Way

What: How to: Write a Novel

by Beth - October 2013

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Creative Writing - A Novel Approach

Q. What qualifications route did you take to realise your career? I didn’t go to university. I learned much from hanging around community centres and joining writers groups in East London. I learned how to write by listening to others comments, accepting criticism more

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Q. What qualifications route did you take to realise your career? I studied English literature at Cambridge University. After working in film for four years I then took a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing at the University of Mississippi. more

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How to: Write a Novel (self-study w...

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Price: £60.00 £49.00

Where: Manchester

This is the self-study version, with manuscript appraisal, of our 12 week online course  How to: Write a Novel. You will use the same...

Novel Writing Diploma Course

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Price: £270.00 £149.00

Where: Online Course

This powerful and thought provoking course will teach you everything that you need to know about one of the most wonderful creative experiences...

Fiction Writing

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Price: £324.00 £299.00

Where: Distance Learning Course

This course enables students to learn how to find ideas, how to develop their imagination and create their own individual style, how to prepare...

Novel and Short Story Writing

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Price: £324.00 £299.00

Where: Distance Learning Course

This course enables students to learn how to find ideas, how to develop their imagination and create their own individual style, how to prepare...

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Writers produce a variety of types of creative work, including novels, short stories, non-fiction, feature articles for newspapers and magazines, children's books, plays, poetry and material for radio, television and film. They may choose their subject matter based on personal interest or be given assignments by agents or publishers. They research, plan, draft and revise their work before submitting it to a publisher, either unsolicited or usually through an agent. Established writers may also attend book signings, readings and discussions of their work or run...more