Workshops will explore the range of themes and subjects that are often the focus of novels for young adults and children. It will address the issues that concern writers that have to do with, ‘age-appropriateness,’ and discuss strategies for writing, finishing, pitching and publishing novels aimed at younger readers.
The workshops will be hosted online using Zoom meeting software on the following dates.
Your £66 fee covers all three workshop sessions.
After booking your place the tutor will email you with the meeting link a week before the workshop begins.
You will require a device capable of running Zoom Meeting Software with a functioning screen, microphone, speakers and a stable connection to the internet.
All workshop students are advised to test their Zoom connection prior to the workshop. Refunds will not be given for issues caused by your hardware, software or internet connectivity.
Professor Sarah Moore-Fitzgerald is an award-winning teacher, researcher and novelist at the University of Limerick, Ireland, where she teaches creative writing. The author of six novels, her next book is due out in July 2021. Her work has been adapted for the stage and translated into over eighteen different languages.
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