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Creative Writing for Academics
Workshop with Kip Jones
11 & 12 January 2019
Friday (10- 3) and Saturday (10-2),
11th and 12th January in EBC.
FREE! But you must register
and commit to participating for the two full days.
All are very welcome: students, staff & academics.
Places are limited and will fill up quickly.
By engaging in creative writing, it becomes possible for all to write more clearly, more simply, even more creatively, when writing for academic publication.
The workshop will present opportunities to work with new and creative levels through interfaces with techniques from the arts and humanities—fiction, poetry, auto-ethnography and biography, scriptwriting, techniques from filmmaking, including tags and loglines.
These intellectual exchanges encourage joint exploration of how authors can engage with principles and tools from the arts in order to expand and extend the possibilities of reaching wider audiences.
Wednesday, 5 Dec 1pm for an hour in RLH 409, experiment with the delights of
Creative Writing for Academics, a taster session, with Kip Jones.
“We passionately believe that as narrative researchers & storytellers we must promote narrative in the content & styles of our publications.
Publication or presentation that is counter to this does a disservice to our commitments as narrativists”.
…and if you enjoy the session and want more, there will be a two-day workshop 11 & 12 January.
You will be able to sign up for the workshop at the CQR seminar taster session!
The two-day workshop will be FREE! But you must commit to participating for the two full days. Places are limited and will fill up quickly.
Come along to the Taster Session on Wed 5 Dec at 1 pm, RLH 409, and have a go! It’s fun and you won’t be disappointed!