Posts Tagged: events

How do you know when it’s finished? Susan Greenberg on revising text

Monographer writes: I like publishing guest posts. And I like encountering people who can write well about editing. I especially like it when the two coincide, as with the following piece by Susan Greenberg. Susan Greenberg writes: Since turning to

How do you know when it’s finished? Susan Greenberg on revising text

Monographer writes: I like publishing guest posts. And I like encountering people who can write well about editing. I especially like it when the two coincide, as with the following piece by Susan Greenberg. Susan Greenberg writes: Since turning to

Words for Wide Skies: launch of anthology

Anthony Haynes writes: We are grateful to Elaine Ewart for the following information. Elaine Ewart writes: Come and join us for another evening of Pimms And Poetry Including the launch of Words for Wide Skies poetry anthology! Enjoy four talented poets from

Words for Wide Skies: launch of anthology

Anthony Haynes writes: We are grateful to Elaine Ewart for the following information. Elaine Ewart writes: Come and join us for another evening of Pimms And Poetry Including the launch of Words for Wide Skies poetry anthology! Enjoy four talented poets from

Call for papers: Great Writing 2013

Anthony Haynes writes: We’re pleased to post the following call from Professor Graeme Harper.   Event: Great Writing – the UK’s International Creative Writing Conference. Venue: Imperial College, South Kensington, London. Dates: Sat. June 29th – Sun. June 30th 2013.   Critical or

Call for papers: Great Writing 2013

Anthony Haynes writes: We’re pleased to post the following call from Professor Graeme Harper.   Event: Great Writing – the UK’s International Creative Writing Conference. Venue: Imperial College, South Kensington, London. Dates: Sat. June 29th – Sun. June 30th 2013.   Critical or

Self-publishing: why (not) and how?

Creative Writing Studies’ Creative Director, Anthony Haynes, will be presenting a workshop entitled ‘Self-publishing: why (or why not) and how?’ on Saturday 10 November at the NAWE annual conference in York, UK. The session will cover: the pros and cons

Self-publishing: why (not) and how?

Creative Writing Studies’ Creative Director, Anthony Haynes, will be presenting a workshop entitled ‘Self-publishing: why (or why not) and how?’ on Saturday 10 November at the NAWE annual conference in York, UK. The session will cover: the pros and cons

Teaching Creative Writing: book signing

Anthony Haynes writes: We’re pleased to announce that the programme for the annual conference of the National Association of Writers in Education (NAWE) will include a book signing session for Teaching Creative Writing: Practical Approaches. Volume editor Elaine Walker and some

Teaching Creative Writing: book signing

Anthony Haynes writes: We’re pleased to announce that the programme for the annual conference of the National Association of Writers in Education (NAWE) will include a book signing session for Teaching Creative Writing: Practical Approaches. Volume editor Elaine Walker and some

Ian McMillan reading in York

Anthony Haynes writes: We’re very pleased to be sponsoring a reading and talk by poet and broadcaster, Ian McMillan. The event will form the Friday evening session (9 November) at National Association of Writers in Education’s (NAWE’s)  forthcoming 25th anniversary

Ian McMillan reading in York

Anthony Haynes writes: We’re very pleased to be sponsoring a reading and talk by poet and broadcaster, Ian McMillan. The event will form the Friday evening session (9 November) at National Association of Writers in Education’s (NAWE’s)  forthcoming 25th anniversary

Editing and rewriting: online course

Anthony Haynes writes: As a writer, and a teacher of writing, I’ve longed believed that the key to successful writing lies in the processes of editing and rewriting. It’s good, then, to hear of a course on the subject, run

Editing and rewriting: online course

Anthony Haynes writes: As a writer, and a teacher of writing, I’ve longed believed that the key to successful writing lies in the processes of editing and rewriting. It’s good, then, to hear of a course on the subject, run