*We have THREE FREE SPACES available to regular Canvas Cafe users who are unemployed or in tight times for this upcoming course. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest.
This six week women-only intensive course offers weekly critique workshops as well as sessions on advanced writing techniques such as modes of narration, pace, plotting a novel, editing, how to strengthen your regular writing practice and how to read like a writer.
The course includes a Q&A session with a literary agent as well as sure-fire strategies on how to maintain motivation once the course is over. Come along and join us! You’ll be very welcome.
Six weekly sessions, beginning Saturday 20th January 2018
Session dates: 20th, 27th January, 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th February 2018
Venue: Canvas Cafe, 42 Hanbury St, London E1 5JL
Write Like a Grrrl welcomes self-identifying women of all ages.
WHAT STUDENTS SAY...
Since Write like a Grrrl teamed up with For Book’s Sake in 2014, over one hundred women across the UK have graduated from our creative writing courses. Here’s some of their feedback…
☆”Kerry Ryan’s Write Like a Grrrl workshops were perfectly pitched, informative, inclusive, and empowering. Kerry creates a non-threatening space to explore our ideas and produce valuable work in class. Her teaching style is informal and supportive – exactly what we need as adult students. “ Angela
☆ “I really enjoyed Kerry’s writing workshops, mainly because she created a conducive atmosphere for writing, making it friendly and collaborative. It was also a good mixture of practical exercises and useful advice. I would definitely attend a course run by Kerry again.” Erica
☆ “The course was fantastic. Without Kerry’s great lesson on ‘How to start writing and keep going’ I would not be writing at all, but I have now managed to do so regularly for the last year.” Liz
ABOUT KERRY RYAN
Kerry Ryan has a PhD in creative writing and has tutored writing workshops at the Feminist Library, Glasgow Women’s Library and with women leaving sex work at Routes Out.
Her writing has featured in a range of publications including The Kenyon Review, 3:am magazine, Alternative and Indigo Rising.
Her story, The Bird, won first prize in Spilling Ink’s short story competition. She is currently writing a novel set in London in 1914, The Art of Mimicry, which was recently shortlisted in Myriad Editions Writer’s Retreat Competition.
BOOK YOUR PLACE
Payment is via Paypal to keep your details safe and secure: payments for this course are made directly to Write Like a Grrrl, and can be sent via Paypal to email@example.com.
If you get stuck or have any questions, please just drop us a line. Otherwise, we can’t wait to see you soon to start writing like a grrrl!