Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Site offering on line courses for-beginners,advanced,screen writing, poetry, children, teenagers.

Special Offer Beginners Course: Our next online beginners course will start on May 20th and instead of the usual course price of €150, it's €99.  It's suitable for complete beginners and no writing experience is required. It's also suitable for individuals who haven't written anything for a while and who would like to get back into creative writing and a routine. Further info is available over at
2. Our next advanced course with Geraldine Mills will take place on the 20th of May 2013. For more information, check out or email
3. Do you know any budding young writers? If so, you might be interested in our Creative Writing Course for Teens which is suitable for 13-19 year old students and for complete beginners, or indeed for teenagers who have already attended creative writing workshops. It's carried out on a one-to-one basis and it's all online. The next course starts on June 11th. For more information, check out
4. Our intermediate creative writing course and the Lost and Found poetry workshop tutored by Eileen Casey will start on May 21st. The six-week intermediate creative writing course provides an opportunity to explore specific writing techniques which help to build a solid bridge between the beginner and the more experienced writer.
The poetry workshop is a great way to explore the business of poetry under the guidance of a published poet. More information over at and
5. The next available date for our screenwriting course is May 21st. More info over at What you can expect in this course is authentic scrutiny and analysis, help with self-questioning of your creative ideas and developing them to the maximum.
6. Oisin McGann's online writing for children course will start on May 13th. At the moment, there are two places remaining. The course will cover the basics of storytelling and the specific aspects of writing for children and young adults. Oisin will also be giving tips on how to get published, and how to market your books once you get published. More information over at

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