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Our archived list of opportunities to meet other writers and work on your own writing, at a writing workshop, meet-up, or networking event.
Please note that this list is not kept up to date, but we hope will provide a valuable resource for your interest.
Arvon Foundation – The Arvon Foundation runs week-long residential creative writing courses in historic houses around the UK. Courses aim to challenge, inspire and transform your writing.
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Boot Camp Keegan – online workshopping
Creative Writes Workshops – London-based workshops, various dates throughout the year.
Cumbrian Writer’s Group – Whitehaven based writer’s group, meeting every second and fourth tuesday in the month, at Cleator Moor Library. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Emerging Writers Network on Facebook
Great Writing – an online Creative Writing community.
Hampshire Writers’ Society – a developmental project of the Winchester Writers’ Conference. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month.
Ipswich Writing Group – a place where writers can share their own work and advise others on their writing.
Irish Writers’ Centre – A range of weekday, weekend and evening courses are offered.
London Writing Workshops – led by award-winning writer Vicky Grut.
New Writing South – offers a variety of workshops and training opportunities
Revolution Writers – Newcastle based writing group aiming to provide honest, constructive feedback in a supportive environment. For more information email: email@example.com
Short Stories Aloud – Monthly evening events
Unheard Words – a Writer’s Group for ‘writers of colour’
WEA – A database for those looking for creative writing courses.
Word Theatre-Active in New York, Los Angeles and the UK.
Writers’ Mutual: Sundays – A videolinked, online writer’s group for feedback without needing to travel.
The Writer’s Lab – London, England
Write Words – this resource offers a variety of online workshops, including one specifically for short story writers.
The Writers’ Workshop – run by writers for writers
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