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Creative writing online: Writers' Centre Norwich

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The latest semester of online creative writing courses is open for applications

The courses are programmed by Writers' Centre Norwich and the University of East Anglia.

Creative Writing Online is internet learning with a personal touch. Discover new writing techniques from anywhere in the world, studying at your own pace with constructive, one-to-one feedback from expert university lecturers. All you need is a computer, an internet connection and a passion for writing.

Available courses for September 2017 are:
• Level 1 (Beginners’) Fiction – with Eliza Robertson or Mark McNay
• Level 1 (Beginners’) Poetry – with Helen Ivory
• Level 2 (Intermediate) Fiction – with Anjali Joseph or Monique Roffey
• Level 2 (Intermediate) Poetry – with Helen Ivory

All of the tutors are published writers with extensive teaching experience at the University of East Anglia and beyond. You can choose your tutor during the application process.

Level 1 courses run for 12 weeks; Level 2 courses run for 24 weeks. Find out more about how Creative Writing Online works by downloading the brochure.

Over 400 students have enjoyed the courses over the last three years. Read about one student's experience on one of the courses in 'My writing journey'.

Courses begin on 25 September. The deadline to apply is 11 September.

Got a question? Email info@writerscentrenorwich.org.uk or call +44 (0)1603 877177

For full details of courses and tutors, see the website.

 

 

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