If you are planning to book, or have already booked, onto a short course please contact Goldsmiths Disability Team ([email protected]) at your earliest convenience.
Dr Catherine Humble is a writer, lecturer, journalist and experienced creative writing teacher.
• Receive peer feedback on your own work at least twice, which will help with redrafting.
• Cultivate imaginative writing skills that can be transferred to other fields of work.
Finding your writing voice is a bit like finding your voice in life, and this course will help you let go of writing inhibitions and discover your individual expression.
All writing is an act of faith, and on this short course you will gain faith in your ability, becoming a writer with imaginative flair.
£295 We are committed to providing reasonable teaching adjustments for students with disabilities that may impact on their learning experience.
Please be advised that in order to provide an assessment and plan appropriate support we require as much notice as possible and, in some circumstances, up to 3 months.
We’ll explore technical aspects of writing, so that you can confidently recognise and use devices such as point of view, voice, plot, poetic form, rhythm and imagery.
In addition, you’ll learn how to read as a writer and be able to respond sensitively and critically to other people’s work.