Creative writing and publishing

Taboo – writing and sense of place with Marian Garvey

Ref: SWE08553

Suitable for all

£254.00

About this course

Introduce complex emotional worlds in your writing. Through discussion, exercises and critical reading explore how taboo and setting can enable risk taking in writing the stories that mean something to you.

Tutors

Marian Garvey

Marian Garvey, BA (Hons.) Drama (Dartington College of Arts); MA Creative Writing - Distinction (University of Sussex). Marian Garvey has won First Prize in The Asham Award 2007 and was shortlisted for several others. Her work has been published in several magazines including The Sunday Times and The London Magazine, and broadcast on BBC Radio . Her most recent radio commission was A Rye Boy.

Accommodation

Residential option available. Find out accommodation costs and how to book here.

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