at The Swanley Working Men's Club (upstairs), High Street, Swanley.
Contact Elaine Everest on 01322 662364 or email [email protected] or [email protected]The Society of Sussex Authors was founded in 1968.
Our MFA program, one of only two in the nation to offer literary translation as a track within a creative writing program, reflects Queens itself—the country’s most culturally diverse borough.
Our students write and learn in the perfect setting for tradition and innovation.
We also host a number of critique groups and provide other support.
All queries to [email protected] or visit us at uk Swanley Scribblers meets every Monday from 8 - 10 p.m.The true business of school is not to chain the students to preconceived ideas, but to set them free to discover their own ideas and to help them bring all their powers to bear upon the problem of learning.The English Department's elective program in creative writing is open to students in all grades, supporting young writers throughout their development with a progressive series of workshops.Contact Gary Cox 01737 353132 / 070500 78667 Devils Punch Bowl writers. Inviting all writers and would-be-writers to our friendly informal twice monthly meet-up on Tuesdays, commencing September 2018.All levels and experience are welcome, just bring fun and enthusiasm.Gary Wicks, The Sherrifs,49 Park Road, Esher, Surrey.Sutton Writers monthly meetings are held at the Thomas Wall Community Lounge, 64 Robin Hood Lane, SM1 2RG, on the second Friday of each month.In workshop, craft and literature courses, our goal is to challenge, mentor, and nurture talent.Our program partners with the Poetry Society of America, The Flea Theater, and the campus ESL Program.These include Advanced Poetry Writing, Advanced Fiction Writing: The Short Story and Advanced Fiction Writing: The Novella.Senior Thesis Workshop: Second semester seniors work on a unique project with the support of the workshop and individual mentoring from the instructor.