The community and adult education programme at Canterbury Christ Church University are running some fabulous day schools and short courses in 2015 – covering a huge range of diverse topics that include philosophy, art, literature, creative writing, cinema, music, photography, mysticism, story-telling, local history and mindfulness.
New for 2015 is a 10 week course called Being a Writer in the 21st Century, which starts on Monday 12 January.
The internet, digital technology and social media have all had a dramatic impact on the publishing landscape, and at a rapidly changing pace.
Being a writer in the digital age offers a wealth of unprecedented opportunities – and challenges – for authors. But to benefit from this exciting entrepreneurial climate, a writer has to become a new creature – an authorpreneur. This course explores the realities and practicalities of writing in the 21 st century, arming writers with essential tools and knowledge to avoid the pitfalls. A comprehensive range of topics will be covered, including marketing, selling and promotion, earning income from writing, the role of agents, publishers, using social media, understanding contracts and payments, methods of working practice, managing your time and indie publishing.
Days and times: Monday 12 January 1-3pm, for 10 weeks
Venue: Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent
What previous students have said about The Business of Writing day schools at CCCU:
“Fabulously engaging tutor, enthusiastic about her subject, spoke with passion and authority.”
“Obvious sound knowledge base and good clear delivery.”
“Inspiring and informative. Lots of ideas to work with now!”
“Excellent content. Covered more than I expected.”
“Very good at answering questions, very clear targets and direction, well prepared.”
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