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Summer Evening Course: KICK-START YOUR WRITING with Clare Wigfal

  • May 15, 2014 · 7:30 PM
  • Clare's Writing Room

When: Thursday nights from 7:30–9:30pm
Where: Prenzlauer Berg
Start date: May 15th
Course Length: 9 sessions (no class June 19th)
Maximum Participants: 10
Cost: 150 euro (140 euro for returning students)

Description: The Reader Berlin is delighted to announce that Faber author and BBC National Short Story Award winner Clare Wigfall is offering an exciting new 9-session Writing Workshop designed to get your creative juices flowing and help you to generate a body of new work. Under Clare’s gentle guidance, each structured workshop will provide prompts and exercises to make the writing process simple and allow you to develop your craft. You’ll be amazed at what you can produce. You’ll also be introduced to inspirational and thought-provoking writing by established authors and have a chance to hone your critical skills through group discussion of the texts. This course will work you hard and provide challenges, but it also promises lots of fun and laughter, as well as much stimulation and encouragement from the others in the group.

A graduate of the prestigious UEA masters programme, Clare Wigfall has been teaching creative writing for nearly a decade and has taught workshops all over Europe, including for the Arvon Foundation and the BBC. Suitable for those who have already worked with Clare, and also those starting fresh, from advanced writers to total beginners, this special workshop series guarantees to inspire. It also offers an unbeatable opportunity to work with an author described as “an assured literary conjuror” (The Guardian) and the author of tales “sorrowful, disturbing and darkly beautiful” (London Review of Books).


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