Creative writing workshop
- Date: Wednesday 22 November 2017, 16:00 – 17:30
- Location: English
- Cost: Free
A creative writing workshop run by recently published novelist Clare Fisher. The author will talk about her work and will then run a workshop on fiction writing and how to get into publishing.
The School of English is hosting a creative writing workshop run by a recently published Viking novelist. The author will talk about her work and will then run a workshop on fiction writing and how to get into publishing.
Clare Fisher was born in Tooting, south London in 1987. After accidentally getting obsessed with writing fiction when she should have been studying for a BA in History at the University of Oxford, Clare completed an MA in Creative and Life Writing at Goldsmiths College, University of London. All The Good Things is her first novel and was described as 'a sparky and unsettling debut' by The Guardian. When she's not writing, she's selling books, teaching writing, running, or tweeting about not writing @claresitafisher. Find out more at www.clarefisherwriter.com .
Enquiries about workshop:
Dr Jay Prosser
Reader in Humanities
Program Leader, MA in Writing Identities: Critical and Creative Practices