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Many of us don’t realise that there is a lot of free material online, so we give you the option to choose if you only want to look at free “content”.
Hide away in the Yorkshire Dales with a small group of fellow aspiring poets at the wonderful Garsdale Retreat for five days of writing and optional meditation workshops, where the intention is for you to find and develop your personal poetic voice. You will be encouraged to take risks and stretch boundaries while, at the same time, developing core skills and techniques.
A ninety minute, expertly guided tour of the historic reading rooms at the Bodleian Libraries that begins in the medieval library of Duke Humfrey’s, including Selen End. Further reading rooms to be visited include Radcliffe Camera, Convocation Court, Chancellor’s Court, Upper Reading Room and the 15th-century Divinity School.
Creative writing is a passion shared by many – but, even with a great idea in your pocket, where do you start?