This masterclass offers a unique opportunity to learn the fundamentals of constructing fictional stories from award-winning author Tim Lott.
Over two days, this course will examine the ‘Big Six’ of fiction:
- Point of View
- The Psychology of Writing
This course is appropriate for all levels of experience, and some reading will be provided by the tutor in advance.
Tim Lott is an award-winning novelist, journalist, critic and visiting lecturer in Creative Writing at Brunel University. His first book, memoir The Scent of Dried Roses, was published in 1996. His first novel White City Blue, published in 1999, won the Whitbread First Novel Award, and other works include Rumours of a Hurricane (2002), The Love Secrets of Don Juan (2003), the Seymour Tapes (2005) and young adult novel Fearless (2007). His latest novel is Under the Same Stars.
Date: Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 March 2013
Location: The Guardian, 90 York Way, King's Cross, London, N1 9GU
Maximum attendees: 15
Price: £400 (inclusive of VAT, booking fees, lunch and refreshments)
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