Fast track through the essential skills for writing newspaper and magazine articles with a widely experienced Fleet Street journalist. Discover how journalists come up with ideas, interview people, write, edit and get stories published.
|Qualification name||Non regulated Community Learning provision, Publishing and Information Services|
|Awarding organisation||Generic award - no awarding body|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||10th July 2023|
|Cost description||Senior fee: 109 Concession: 55|
The course is aimed at beginners and no skills are required. Energy and enthusiasm are more important than writing experience. Foreign language students can also attend the course if they have reasonably good English writing and speaking skills. Please check the City Lit website for details.
- Write a short news report. - Write a short feature. - Have more confidence in your writing skills. - Ask the right questions. - Interview people with confidence. - Understand the differences between news and features.
Please check the City Lit website for details.
No additional costs. Bring pen & paper (and/or digital equivalent).
City Lit offers a range of non-fiction writing courses. For more information, browse the writing section of our website.
All students are invited to join us at Late Lines, our regular performance night for City Lit writers. Students are also encouraged to submit their work to Between the Lines, our annual anthology of creative writing. For the latest news, courses and events, stay in touch with the Department on Facebook and Twitter.
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