Winchester Writers’ Festival

16-18 June 2017

Inspiration, support and networking for new and established writers

2016 Competitions Winners Posted on Competitions Page
2017 Festival Dates: 16-18 June
Next Writing Workout - Saturday, 5 November

The Winchester Writers’ Festival Writing Workout is now fully booked.

To be added to the wait list, please email sara.gangai@winchester.ac.uk

Saturday 5th November, 2016
10 – 4pm
St Alphege Building at The University of Winchester

Cost: £55.00

Flex your creative writing muscles with a series of guided exercises led by experienced writing tutors in a friendly, supportive environment. The day consists of five sessions, each 50 minutes long, with short breaks in between. Work through character ideas, conflict, narrative voice, setting and the emotions you want to evoke in your work. Suitable for new writers as well as the more experienced, working in any genre. Bring your own lunch or eat at one of our campus cafes.

Tutors include Adrienne Dines, Paul Dodgson, Stephen Thompson and Judith Heneghan. Tea, coffee and cake provided.

Booking is now closed, as we are fully booked.

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Meg Rosoff with Prof Simon Jobson, Festival Director Judith Heneghan and Deputy Vice Chancellor Prof Liz Stuart

2016 Keynote Speaker Meg Rosoff with Professor Simon Jobson, Festival Director Judith Heneghan and Deputy Vice Chancellor Professor Liz Stuart

 
The 2016 Winchester Writers’ Festival has concluded.  For an overview of the weekend, please click on ‘The Festival’ tab. Do join our newsletter mailing list for information about next year.

 

 To view the 2016 programme, please click on the link below.

 Festival Programme

 

Meg Rosoff Photo credit: Jean Goldsmith

Meg Rosoff
Photo credit: Jean Goldsmith

Meg Rosoff, multi-award winning author of books for young adults, gave the Keynote Address at this year’s Festival on 18 June 2016. 

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