All our Creative Writing courses are available for adults aged 19 on 31 August 2018 and over only.
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Daytime and Evening Creative Writing Courses at WMC-The Camden College
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This ten week course is designed to stimulate your imagination and get you writing. If you have a desire to express yourself on paper or want help developing your creative writing skills this is the course for you. The course will introduce you to some key elements of creative writing. You will be encouraged to find your own voice through guided writing activities, share your work and receive feedback in a supportive atmosphere.
This ten week course is for those wanting to develop their creative writing skills in both poetry and short stories. We will explore short fiction forms such as fables and flash fiction and expand your skills in creating tension, characterisation and writing effective dialogue. You will write and receive feedback in a supportive atmosphere, learn further principles of good writing and identify how short stories are crafted differently from novels. You will recognise key elements of writing poetry and explore some of its different forms, create vivid imagery and understand how to make every word count. The course is also intended to inspire and promote your writing confidence.
This ten week course is for those wanting to develop their creative writing skills. We will explore a range of methods to help you refine and strengthen your writing. We will look at the importance of place and landscape, how to write convincing villains, flashback, climax and resolution. One session will be dedicated to writing an effective synopsis of your work. The course is also intended to inspire and promote your writing confidence. Lucy Popescu is an experienced creative writing tutor. Her publications include A Country to Call Home, A Country of Refuge, The Good Tourist and Another Sky. Lucy also reviews books, theatre and film and is chair of the Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award.