Admission: £60 | BOOK HERE
Heather Richardson is a novelist, short story writer, poet and essayist. She has written two historical novels, Madgeburg and Doubting Thomas, as well as numerous short stories and poems that have appeared in journals and anthologies in Ireland, the UK and Australia. She is currently completing a creative nonfiction project called A dress for Kathleen, combining text and textiles.
In response to audience feedback, we have extended the duration of our popular creative writing workshops to two hours per class and provided space in the Summer School programme for workshop participants to work on their creative writing outside of class time.
Each workshop runs over three sessions and class sizes are kept to 15 or fewer to ensure everyone gets a chance to participate. Participants should attend all three workshop sessions.
Our seven tutors are all experienced facilitators and published authors.
Spaces are limited – advance booking is essential.
Supported by the Open University.