Literature & Writing
Creative Writing Course: Chapter 2
Here it is, just what all you budding Byrons and Brontes have been waiting for, it’s Chapter Two of our epic Greysnet Creative Writing Course. https://greysnet.com/2020/05/greysnet-creative-writing-course-chapter-2/
Creative Writing Course: Chapter 3…The Plot Thickens
Derick had been sitting at his desk happily scribbling in his notebook for several hours when his thoughts were suddenly wrenched back to reality by the sound of his phone...
Creative Writing Course: Chapter 4
Here it is, the next instalment in our hugely popular Creative Writing series, brought to you as always by the brilliant Karen Quinn.
What Is Poetry ?
- 12 hours study
This free course, What is poetry?, is designed to illustrate the techniques behind both the traditional forms of poetry and free verse. https://www.open.edu/openlearn/history-the-arts/literature/what-poetry/content-section-0?active-tab=description-tab
Writing What You Know
- 8 hours study
Writing what you know, will help you to develop your perception of the world about you and enable you to see the familiar things in everyday life in a new light. You will also learn how authors use their own personal histories to form the basis of their work. https://www.open.edu/openlearn/history-the-arts/creative-writing/writing-what-you-know/content-section-0?active-tab=description-tab
Start Writing Fiction
This is a free course from the Open University, which lasts for 8 weeks with 3 hours of study per week. To find out more go to https://links.futurelearn.com/u/click?_t=5d0f654c48b44391b60384eab004f9d8&_m=8ae14d6ea6b646d4a00d417345987490&_e=5XlLP3wuilUYhMZr7I-uJPk74pmlbsPNSQN1CdgcMDyMy1Y8Fn4c1ZPMfGC7_F4SCOcBTwctT1aav3RfTGNZOgF9qS6WsufnN_5uNBVCCARm6m9QxjpUnRQI1txWNhRi8WIV-LOD2FBTPgv0LY4_svP97neBhXpLpkt6xADGhToQh2ALu677nLQ39I3dNYcueB-T1vx1IZcnUnXTDX5VtEfCnlc3lxHMt99TOsiP3uVk4y0ny6R2Ua75I3YSLG_b-hrwOgPgJjo4SrkCXrxYnksKjBa9I3ScBd_v6_JCNysAMJHTgvGH0t-43IiiqOyhSB7gdViMB3u2dLm-0Dw16Y_jCdOWu5NuDNVPNl4V6QUkQOej_DMWKEu0rJEnh8FrMMoBeYnMYVTM0xWuU4sp9GsINtaMSDEBl_p3UfDsHfM%3D
YET MORE DARCY DAY.
A presentation by u3a Communities.
Join us at 11am UK on Friday, 13th August.
What is it about the Regency, and especially the novels of Miss Jane Austen, that has triggered a veritable cornucopia of lookalikes and spin-offs? Your Study Group facilitator went looking for examples, and was overwhelmed by the list that Google gave him. Are these later versions paying respectful homage to their originals, or is it simply market opportunism? We'll discuss this at 11am UK this Friday the 13th of August and to join us please click here>>> at that time (or a few minutes before).
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