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We will provide breakfast to power you through the session, so all you need is a pen or pencil and something to write on.
We suggest allowing at least 60 minutes to finish each session. Expect a total of four dispatches.
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Please head downstairs or lift to the cosy basement area when you arrive. You are welcome to bring your laptop, as there are plenty of plug sockets. In the sessions, we offer a series of writing prompts related to the theme in its broadest sense. Usually this is a hot drink or juice, and a pastry or slice of cake. The chance for feedback from the tutor and other writers can help improve writing, but for some writers it can damage confidence or hinder creativity. We loved hearing their insights and ideas. These courses offer you a chance to carve out some private writing time, at home, at work, or on the move. Quaker Meeting House has a step-free entrance. Each session has a theme, such as coffee-drinking, colour, sculpture or typewriters.
Each season, we invite one or two guest tutors to lead workshops. Where exactly are the venues? We loved hearing their insights and ideas.
I am absolutely sure my membership is making me a better writer! What will you embark on this autumn? What are the upcoming workshop themes?
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We will provide breakfast to power you through the session, so all you need is a pen or pencil and something to write on. Writer Gemma Seltzer facilitates, setting at least three writing exercises and encouraging you to create new poems, stories or autobiographical pieces. After each workshop, participants leave with a few pieces to develop in their own time. Please bring a pen, and a notebook or paper. Most of our venues are wheelchair accessible. Our broad themes for the season are change, and delving deeper into our writing. What are the upcoming workshop themes? Our autumn programme of sessions across London runs from September to November Check the booking page for future dates. We use the stuff of life to inspire new writing: old London maps; published texts; photographs; Lego figures; dice or the morning Metro.
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