Introduction to creative writing: the short story, Centre for Open Studies, Saturday mornings 2 April – 4 June, 2016


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Introduction to creative writing: the short story

Saturday 02/04/16 – 04/06/16:

10.30 – 12.30

Tutor: Pam Ross B.A. M.Litt

In this introductory course students will study the short story form, looking atstructural aspects and techniques from a writer’s perspective in order to help
develop their own writing. The course will include writing in class, using exercises and prompts. We will also read published work to better understand narrative techniques. Each week students’ own fiction will be discussed in a supportive environment. During the course students
will have the opportunity to complete a portfolio of original writing.  

Code 5811
Cost: £115.00

To enrol

Telephone enrolments will be taken from 10.00 to 12.00 and 14.00 – 16.00 Mondays to Fridays.  Please call +44 (0)141 330 1860/1853/2772 and have ready your credit or debit card details and the course code of the courses you wish to take. Students using a Part-time Fee Grant will be unable to enrol by telephone.

Or  Download Enrolment Form (PDF)

take cheque or credit/debit card (not Maestro) and hand in completed form to:

Information Centre
Centre for Open Studies
St Andrew’s Building
11 Eldon St
G3 6NH

Further details


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