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Announcing the Second Session of “Getting Started Finding the Flow”

Announcing the Second Session of “Getting Started Finding the Flow”

We’re very happy to announce that we are going to have a SECOND session, due to the great response to our current Thursday class, now into its fourth week.

 

Creative Writing Class

Enrolment for the class is Now Open!

Due to overwhelming demand, we will start the second class for “Getting Started Finding the Flow“, this time on Saturdays,  once again in collaboration with the well-known Malaysian literary champion Ms. Sharon Bakar. Classes for our second session will commence on Saturday, May 5, 2012, for nine consecutive Saturdays, until June 30, 2012. Each session lasts two hours, from 11:00am to 1:00pm. This is usually a 10-week course, compressed down to 9, so the last session will likely be a bit longer.

The course is structured around practical exercises – you will be doing a lot of writing in the classroom and share what you have written with the group. You must be prepared to also work hard between each session. You will be given assignments each week and I ask that you try to set aside time (preferably one hour) each day during the course to write. By the end of the course you should have notebooks full of raw material you can extract for finished pieces of writing and have an insight into what genres and style of writing suits you best, and where you might eventually publish your work.

Group size is kept small (maximum of 12 participants) to ensure that each participant gets personal attention in a supportive and relaxed atmosphere.

What can you expect to gain from the course? Well, among other things:

  • It will give you the chance to find out whether you really do want to write and whether you can fit writing into your busy life.
  • It will show you where to find ideas for things to write about, and how to access your own inner themes and stories.
  • It will give you your first opportunity, perhaps, of putting your words out in a public forum for feedback and discussion.
  • It will give you tips and guidelines about the writing process, many of them from the lips and pens of established fiction writers and poets.
  • It will give you the chance to polish at least one piece of work for possible publication.
  • It will help you to find other people who are interested in writing who may well become long-term writing buddies.

A brochure for this course is available for download (PDF).

To enrol, or if you require further information, please leave us a note, or e-mail us directly either at [email protected] or ucl[email protected]. Hurry, as we are limiting each session to 12 persons, and the places are filling up fast.

2 Comments
  • Tutie Ismail
    Posted at 08:46h, 12 April

    Hi I’d like to participate in this program. Some questions:

    1. Please advise how to arrange for payment etc.

    2. Since seats are limited, will there be a screening process first? Do I need to show proof of written work?

    Just FYI, I am a casual blogger (retired more like it) and am now with a PR agency.

    Thank you.

    • Jamal
      Posted at 08:52h, 12 April

      Hi Tutie – thank you for your interest. To answer your questions:
      1. We’ll send you an e-mail with payment arrangement details shortly
      2. The enrollment will be on a first-come, first-served basis, and no, you do not need to show proof of written work 🙂

      We’ll be in touch with you very soon with details.