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Writing workshop: Plotting the novel

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Time: 10.00am - 4.00pm
Venue: to be confirmed
Price: £240 - £300
Speaker(s): Micah Nathan

Writing workshop: Plotting the novel

This series of one-to-ones is designed for experienced writers. It will consist of three face-to-face sessions, to be held over the next three weeks, and one follow-up, by email. The one-to-one sessions will take place at KU or in mutually convenient locations.

The sessions are led by Micah Nathan, an award-winning novelist, short story writer, screenplay writer and essayist. He completed an MFA Creative Writing at Boston University and is a distinguished Writer in Residence Kingston Writing School. He is the author of Jack the Bastard', Gods of Aberdeen and Losing Graceland'.

Writers will get input into the outline of their novel, along with suggestions for plot, feedback on character development, ideas for a title, and answers to their most vexing story questions.

Micah is available between 11am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.Times of sessions are by arrangement.

Before registering, writers should have written a detailed outline of a current project and/or the first 100 pages.

The cost is £300, with a discount of 20% for KU students and alumni.

Booking is essential to attend this event.

For further information about this event:

Contact: David Rogers