Is it important for a writer to choose one literary genre and stick with it?
Or can a grasp of all be acquired?
Not sure what type of creative writing best suits you?
Here’s your opportunity to discover and/or find your niche(s) with an introduction to taster sessions, covering each of the various writing forms over the coming weeks, with with multifarious scribbler H.B. O’Neill.
During the session participants will discuss:
- How do you begin
- To plan or not to plan
- Structure and genre
- How to keep motivated
- The importance of research and the fun you can have whilst doing it
Participants will also discuss their favourite novels and try to create some ‘killer’ opening and ending lines.
H.B. O’Neill has studied and experimented with a wide range of literary forms and is keen to pass on his knowledge and experience gained.
H.B. O’Neill novel, According to Mark, was runner-up in the Pen to Print Book Challenge Competition and is out in print soon. He has numerous other novels in various stages of production.
Please note there is a supporting Google Classroom for this course and the direct link to join can be found in confirmation email under the Additional information section.
If you have any accessibility requirements, please directly get in touch with us at email@example.com
H. B. O’Neill is a London born writer inspired by the City and its myriad opportunity for comedy, pain, drama and adventure. He is a prize-winning poet and short story writer, a screenwriter, playwright and novelist. He has collaborated with musicians, visual artists and filmmakers and enjoys the challenge of tailoring his creative writing according to the project or task being proposed.
Visit H.B. O’Neill’s website: hboneill.com
NB: To make the most of Master of All Trades – Jack of None Workshops, please ensure that you book your place, there are 8 sessions to book individually in total on the following dates:
- 7 July 2022 – Poetry Workshop
- 14 July 2022 – Playwriting Workshop
- 21 July 2022 – Screenwriting Workshop
- 28 July 2022 – Short Stories and Flash Fiction
- 4 August 2022 – Novel Writing
- 11 August 2022 – Comedy Writing
- 18 August 2022 – Experimental Writing
- 25 August 2022 – Diary, Journals and the Power of Writing as an aid to Mental Health
Booking is essential. Pen to Print and our partners reserve the right to remove participants who are found not to have booked a place for this session.
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Pen to Print and our partners reserve the right to remove participants who are disruptive to a session.
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