Saturday 14th March 2020
Venue: Chawton House
Every story happens somewhere. It might be in a gritty urban environment, or an idyllic rural location, beside the sea or high in the mountains. As a writer you may visualize it perfectly in your head, but how do you let your reader ‘see’ it too? Whether you’re writing historical fiction, contemporary drama or a memoir, this workshop will help you to ‘show’ not ‘tell’ and provide depth and colour to your writing.
All levels are welcome.
The programme runs from 10am to 2.30pm and includes a light lunch as well as morning coffee.
Cost: £45 per person.
About the host
Claire Thurlow is a writer and writing coach who is passionate about helping people who have an urge to write. She has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Sussex and is an experienced workshop facilitator, editor and published author. She is particularly interested in writing for wellbeing and nature writing and is working on a novel. www.clairethurlow.com