An Introduction To Creative Writing
There is a Taster Session for this course on Saturday 7th October - 10 - 11:30 - £6
6-week course Wednesdays 7-9pm - 18th Oct - 22nd Nov - £100
Get Writing is all about encouraging you to develop your own creative writing. Each week we will look at an aspect of writing that will help you to express your ideas, memories and stories on the page. Exercises and short homeworks will give you a chance to put into practice what you learn and you’ll have an opportunity to share your work in a supportive and constructive environment.
Tutor: Andrew L Reynolds
"Very inspiring and informative.”
"Well-structured, prepared and delivered with humour and sensitivity.”
"A teacher whose love for writing shines through.”
Venue: The Art Retreat, Woodbridge
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About Andrew Reynolds
Andrew L Reynolds, M.A. is a fiction writer. His most recent work, a speculative fiction thriller set in a near-future London, was written whilst completing a novel writing MA at City University.
Writing has always been his guilty pleasure and Andrew has a life-long love of all things crime, thriller, sci-fi and fantasy. Everything from books to cinema to computer games and tabletop role-playing became lessons in storytelling.
For much of his life Andrew has worked as a singer, lyricist, top-line songwriter and voice coach. As a lyricist he discovered a passion for poetry, working as a voice coach fulfilled his desire to help others to develop their potential and his experience as performer has helped him to become an engaging speaker and teacher.
Since completing his MA Andrew has been working with poet and life-writer, Fiona Mason to create and deliver creative writing courses and retreats with Word after Word, both in England and in Spain.