If the answer to any of the above is ‘yes’ or ‘maybe’ and you live in or around Solihull in the West Midlands, you might be interested to know that I’ll be teaching 2 Creative Writing classes for Solihull College from January 2011.
Update: The classes are currently (Jan 26th) not running, due to lack of numbers, but we are hoping to ‘restart’ at least one of them from mid February, so if you’re interested, there’s still plenty of time to enrol!
My ‘regular’ class will run again on Monday evenings in Knowle (7pm – 9pm). This is essentially a continuation of the 10 week course that ran from September – December 2010 but ‘newbies’and beginners are welcome too. It will be a 10 week course from January up to Easter.
Also, on Wednesday evenings I’ll be teaching a new course in Smith’s Wood, near to Chelmsley Wood, also from 7pm – 9pm. This one is really aimed at ‘beginners’ but if you’ve got some experience of writing, you would also be welcome.
If you’ve been to one of my classes before, the new class is probably not for you, as I’ll be replicating courses that I’ve run in Knowle – but if you’re unsure, drop me a line and we can have a chat about it.
My classes are – I hope – friendly and relaxed, with lots of opportunity to write and read work aloud, if you wish to. The emphasis is on encouragement, support and of course, putting pen to paper.
If you have any questions, drop me a line via the blog or for more information on enrolment and cost, phone Solihull College on: 0121 788 0319 (from January 4th) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org