A monthly clinic
Facilitator: Tessa Harris
A writer’s life can be a lonely one. Yet, over the course of the year, we’ll be running a creative on-line community ‘clinic’, which will hold monthly evening drop-in’ sessions.
* Please note that this is an online course, delivered via Zoom.
Event time: Mon 15th Nov 2021 at 7:00pm - Mon 15th Nov 2021 at 8:30pm
Welcome to The Writers Clinic
Here, you’ll be able to bring your writing woes and, with expert help and support, learn how to overcome the various difficulties all writers face.
Topics covered will range from plotting to editing. So, if you feel you’re writing suffers from lack-lustre prose, stiff dialogue or queasy characters, the help and support the clinic dispenses could be just what the literary doctor ordered!
At a glance
- Exercises to focus on your problem areas
- Find solutions to common writers’ challenges
- Read your own work and critique others
What participants will gain
- Opportunities to talk through your queries and experiences with other writers
- Discover a unique insight into the business of writing
- Unlock your own creativity
The Writers Clinic Membership
Ideal for first, or fifth time novelists, we invite you to join The Writers Clinic Membership. By becoming a member, you are welcome to drop in to any of the sessions ran by expert writer, Tessa Harris, throughout the whole year. You will also have her personal contact, enabling you to have not only peer support, but also professional support from a much celebrated, award winning novelist.
The Writers Clinic Drop-in Sessions
For those who are much more spontaneous with their time, you are welcome to book your sessions as a ‘drop-in’ ticket, bookable up until 16:00pm the day before the workshop.
We aim to cultivate a creative community. All writers, including those with intermediate experience, are welcome.
Dates & Times
- 15th November
- 20th December
The Writers Clinic will be held in real time with the tutor via the Zoom platform. Sign up to this platform is free. You will need a laptop, computer, tablet or a smartphone – with an in-built camera and microphone – and a reliable internet connection. We will provide more information and joining instructions in advance of the first session.
Recordings will be available for 30 days after course close as a way to support all participants in receiving the information.
The membership is the same for both prices; please choose the level you can afford. Know that each booking you make is financially supporting our charity and facilitators and tutors, most of which have had to cancel all of their upcoming work. Thank you!
When booking a drop-in session, please go to the date that you choose to attend using the hyperlinks in the text above. You can purchase your drop-in ticket per specific date there.
Tessa Harris is the author of nine published historical novels. Her debut, The Anatomist’s Apprentice, won the Romantic Times First Best Mystery Award 2012 in the US. She holds an MA in History from Oxford University and is also a journalist, playwright and screenwriter.
She has many years’ experience of researching and writing history, then translating it into fiction. Her nine historical novels to date have attracted a wide readership in America, where her publisher is based. She is also a qualified journalist and has written hundreds of articles for national magazines and newspapers. Her lively talks on medical mayhem in the 18th century and on Victorian crime have been heard by audiences the length and breadth of the country.
(© Image by Maureen McLean 2011)