Birmingham Saturday 6th October 2018
Date: Saturday 6th October 2018
Time: 10:00 – 5:30 pm
Location: Birmingham City University, B4 7BD
Author: William Gallagher
Cost: £85 for the day workshop, an additional £25 can be paid either at the same time or after the course if you wish to have your work appraised and receive individual feedback from William.
William can critique up to 1000 words from the opening of your novel and offer personalised feedback and advise if you sign up to the additional feedback option for £25
Itinerary for the day:
What to bring:
About the Author
William Gallagher is Deputy Chair of the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain. He writes Doctor Who radio dramas and is the author of 18 books on writing, drama and television. He’s had four best-selling technology books and his journalism has regularly appeared in Radio Times, BBC News Online, BBC Ceefax plus The Independent and the Los Angeles Times. William’s next book is the short story collection Time Will, due out in Spring 2019.
He’s taught series of workshops on fiction, script-writing and journalism and done so to the most demanding of university lecturers, the most enthusiastic of students and the most scary of long-term prison inmates.
Birmingham City University
The Curzon Building:
4 Cardigan Street
How to book a place.
Please contact Yvonne Lang at Authors Abroad to reserve a place – email@example.com, 01535 656015 ext 9850
There will need to be a minimum of 12 participants to run the course and up to 30 can be accommodated.
The workshop can hold a maximum of 35 to ensure the quality of the workshop is retained and everyone has a chance to share their work.
Cost for the workshop is £85, you can pay an additional £25 at the time of booking or after the course to receive feedback on a sample of your work from William that you can submit via the online forum.
You will be informed if the course has sufficient numbers and is running by Wednesday 5th September and then asked for payment to guarantee your place.
Payment can be made via Paypal, cheque (made payable to Authors Abroad) or BACS transfer.
Please note that you will not be able to attend the course if you have not pre-paid.
Cancelling your place.
If you wish to cancel your place on the course please inform Yvonne as soon as possible. If you cancel before 5th September there will be no charge.
If you cancel after this date there will not be a charge if the class has sufficient numbers to run. However, if your cancellation is after 5th September and your cancellation brings the class to less than 15 attendees you will be billed £35 to enable the class to still run.