Open University Creative Writing Workshops at Birmingham Libraries
Are you a Muslim writer wanting to develop your writing? Whether you are new to creative writing, have been writing for a while or are already an experienced writer our short (free!) workshops are just for you!
These free workshops will give you an insight into how you can:
- Learn different writing techniques
- Learn how to develop characters and plots
- Learn how to structure your writing
- Learn how to develop your ideas and get them down on paper
Places are limited for these free workshops and will be allocated on a first come-first served basis.
For further details or to book a place please contact Nikki Bi on 0121 303 2895 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Start Writing with Gill Ryland
at Hall Green Library (1221 Stratford Road, B28 9AD)
Sat 19 July and Sat 2 August (10.00am – 3.00pm)
Moving On with Nicholas Corder
at Ward End Library (Washwood Heath Road, B8 2HF)
Thurs 14 August and Thurs 28 August
(11.30am – 4.00pm)
Going Further with Tim Reeves
at the Shakespeare Memorial Room (Central Library, Chamberlain Square,B3 3HQ)
Sat 12 July and Sat 26 July
(10.00pm – 3.00pm)
(Please note: For this session, you will need to submit 1000 words of prose or 30 lines of poetry at least one week before the first session as well as a short (50 word) statement of what you hope to get out of the sessions).