Research is the backbone of great narrative nonfiction. It elevates storytelling, crafts scenes, and imparts external accountability. In this lively workshop, learn how to transform your writing practice and understand the differences between primary and secondary research — and why the former is absolutely vital in writing. Learn how to plan and organise your research, as well as to know when to stop. Understand how to create a spark between yourself and your subject through travel, immersion, interviews, maps, period novels, and first edition books so that the writing and reading experiences are deepened. A course for writers of prose and poetry.
3:30-6:30 PM GMT, Sunday Dec 5 — £75