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The importance of title

A title,

like the moon,

casts its subtle light,

gently swaying the story’s tide.

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Without title is writing in the dark.

With wrong title is writing in the fog. 72 more words

Creative Writing

Want to Write About Your Life?

When I tell people I give creative writing classes, one of the most frequent comments I get is. “Really? I’ve always wanted to write my life story.” There is a great hunger in people to set their experiences down on paper and record their lives for themselves, for their children and for the wider world. 472 more words

Writing

Organizing a Workshop for Kids? Follow a Checklist for a Guaranteed Success

Kids are smart, eager to learn, and always energetic to go, and hence workshops with them are enriching and fun. Thus, if you too are thinking about arranging a workshop with them this summer, be it on art, crafts creative writing, geographical experiments, you have to be more cautious and put better efforts to make it a success. 482 more words

My Upcoming Writerly Year

A new year, a new start. Even the most cynical soul can’t help but be seduced by the thought that 1 January means a new beginning. 401 more words

Writing

Five Main Benefits of Creative Writing Workshops

Joining a creative writing workshop can be scary, especially for beginners, because allowing others to read your writing means also allowing them to criticize your work as well (hopefully in a constructive way). 739 more words

Creative Writing

Intensive creative writing workshops 2 - Summer 2017

This course enables writers to explore their creative ‘voices’ and discover what it is they really wish to write. The idea of the course is to provide writers with an opportunity to grow their creative vocabulary via exercises in both poetry and prose, taught by a published and award-winning writer. 41 more words

Workers' Educational Association

I’m involved in two writing workshops in the next week. This coming Saturday 3rd December I’m helping out at Jennifer C Wilson’s afternoon workshop in Whitley Bay library. 232 more words