National Emerging Writer Programme

Vexed by your lack of writing? Flabbergasted by the slush piles of writerly advice? Lost in the bunny hole of creative writing and needing a way back to the white rabbit?

If you answered yea to any of these questions, then you need the National Emerging Writer Programme.

The below is taken from National Emerging Writer Programme
 site:

NWP

Have you always wanted to write a book but don’t know how to start? The National Emerging Writers Programme, aims to encourage new writing talent from all parts of the country by providing expert advice on DVD and online from some of Ireland’s best known and internationally successful writers.

Hear Carlo Gébler discuss Starting to Write, Sinéad Moriarty talk about Telling the Story and Declan Hughes giving tips on Revising, Rewriting and Overcoming Obstacles.
 The DVDs are available to borrow from libraries nationwide or access the content below via YouTube . The DVD is also available to purchase from Amazon.  


The National Emerging Writers Programme is a Dublin UNESCO City of Literature project which has been developed in association with Writing.ie and is funded by Dept. Arts, Heritage & the Gaeltacht.
Who is it for?
Whether you are a completely new writer or a writer who has been working on a project or projects for some time, you will find tips and invaluable advice in these programmes. Available worldwide, you don’t have to be Irish to benefit from the expertise of our authors.”


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Then. Go. Click. On. Thiiiiiissssss. To. Rejoin. The. Tea. Party.

Published by Michelle Moloney King

Bookish and paintish! Mother, wife, teacher, and follower of flow.

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