Brand new short story creative writing course at Wells Maltings beginning September 2018.
This brand new ten week course gives participants an unrivalled opportunity to connect and engage – celebrating and embracing the history, people and the coastal environment of this area while developing creative writing and storytelling skills. There will contributions from heritage and visitor guides to help participants learn about the history of the Maltings and Wells-next-the-Sea.
Guided by local author Patricia Mullin, this is a chance to discover the mechanics and central tenets of creative writing; you will come away with a toolkit for writing; classes are fun and informative.
This course is suitable for complete beginners and more experienced writers; an enthusiasm for literature and reading is all that’s required to take part.
Patricia Mullin (MA) is a published author and an experienced creative writing tutor. A graduate of Central St Martins, Goldmiths College and Norwich University of the Arts, Patricia is an Associate Lecturer at The Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts UEA; leading courses inspired the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury collection. Additionally, she has taught courses and workshops at Norwich Cathedral, The Julian Shrine, Murray Edwards College (formally New Hall) Cambridge University, Writers Centre Norwich and Pensthorpe Natural Park.
Tuesdays 10-12.30 a.m.
Sept 18, 25
Oct 2, 9, 16, 30 (no session 23 Oct)
Nov 6, 13, 20, 27
Fee: for all 10 sessions
Two supported places at £170.00 available – please ask for details.
Strictly limited to 12 participants, early booking is advised. Booking opens Friday 3 August 10am.
Bookings online here or via the box office 01328 839000
Further information direct from Patricia Mullin, 01485 578153 firstname.lastname@example.org