Advanced Writer’s Workshop Module Guide

MODULE CODE: CWM411/A     GROUP A & B

TITLE: MFA ADVANCED WRITING WORKSHOP

MODULE LEADER and INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Scott Bradfield

 

An advanced writing workshop designed to involve students in controlled, workshop-led discussions of creative techniques and practices.

Students will present their own work – and read the work of one another – in order to develop their final dissertations to the highest possible standard.

Many guests writers – and distinguished visiting writers – will take workshops over the course of the term.

Week 1:  Thursday 27 September:  Scott Bradfield (fiction and film)

Week 2:  Thursday 4 October:  Scott Bradfield (fiction and film)

Week 3:  Thursday 11 October:  Rachel Cusk (fiction, non-fiction and memoir)

Week 4:  Thursday 18 October:  Rachel Cusk (fiction, non-fiction and memoir)

Week 5:  Thursday 25 October:  Lee Rourke (criticism and fiction)

READING WEEK:  29 October –

Week 6:  Thursday 8 November:  Scott Bradfield (fiction and film)

Week 7:  Thursday 15 November:  Andrea Stuart (non-fiction and memoir)

Week 8:  Thursday 22 November:  Rachel Cusk (fiction, non-fiction and memoir)

Week 9:  Thursday 29 November:  Rachel Cusk (fiction, non-fiction and memoir)

Week 10:  Thursday 6 December:  Andrea Stuart (non-fiction and memoir)

Week 11:  Thursday 13 December:  Scott Bradfield (fiction and film)

Personal Tutorial schedule – 1/2 hour each (TBA):

Rachel Cusk:  8

Scott Bradfield:  4

Jane Yeh:  2

Fiona Curran:  4

Lee Rourke:  2

Andrea Stuart:  2

Jonathan Barnes:  2

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