Tagged with Creative Writing

Job: Lecturer BA (Hons) Creative Writing, Arts University Bournemouth (p/t)

Arts University Bournemouth offers courses in art, design, architecture, media and performance, we are passionate about our specialist subjects and dedicated both to education and the creative industries which we serve. Seeking an experienced creative writing teacher to contribute to the BA (Hons) Creative Writing course. More details here. Deadline: 12 August 2019 

Funding: Literature Works Annual Fund 2019

Funding: Literature Works Annual Fund 2019

Literature Works’ Annual Fund is open for applications for 2019. Key dates are: Round 1: 18th January – 1st May 2019, decisions by Friday 17th May 2019 Round 2: 21st July – 2nd December 2019, decisions by Friday 20th December 2019 The Annual Fund widens access to literature and creative writing, particularly amongst people in … Continue reading

Networking: Creative Bridges International – Work & Research with Words for Wellbeing

Creative Bridges International brings together varied experiences of researchers, practitioners and participants to explore Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes (CWTP) and words for wellbeing. Early Bird ticket deadline extended until end of March. Creative Bridges International brings together the varied experiences of researchers, practitioners and participants to explore Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes (CWTP) and words for … Continue reading

Congratulations to Meg Lintern and Helena Baxendale

The Young Walter Scott Prize is a creative writing prize specifically for young budding historical fiction writers. Entrants who are interested in history and writing are aged between 11 and 19. Congratulations to Wiltshire based Meg Lintern and Helena Baxendale who were among ten highly commended entrants in the 2018 Young Walter Scott Prize awards. … Continue reading

Training: Practitioner Certificate Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes (CWTP) for Therapists

The Metanoia Institute is offering a new Practitioner Certificate through a course that looks at applications and ways of working with writing and creativity, and how these might contribute to therapists’ existing practice, or in their own creative and reflective process and self-care. Starts 15 March 2019 Visit their website to find out more: http://www.metanoia.ac.uk/programmes/special-interest/practitioner-certificate-creative-writing-for-therapeutic-purposes-cwtp-for-therapists/ Source … Continue reading