Writing, Planning and Pitching Non-Fiction with Beth Kemp
6 week course
Day & Time: Mondays 7pm – 9pm
Dates: 4th March to 8th April, 2019
Venue: Secular Hall, 75 Humberstone Gate, Leicester, LE1 1WB
Cost: £123, £118 conc.
If you’ve got vague non-fiction book ideas, but have never been sure where to start, this six-week course will help you explore the process. Each week, we’ll look at a different aspect of putting a proposal together, with exercises to lead you towards a submission package of your own. You’re welcome to attend with a single fixed idea of a book you want to pitch, a broad topic area you want to work in, or a shortlist of ideas as a starting point. Just be ready to experiment and share!
Suitable for writers at all levels
About the Tutor:
Beth Kemp has published fifteen textbooks and revision guides to date for pupils and students aged 11-18, focused on UK and international specifications in English Language and Literature, and is also working on children’s fiction. She has written revision guides and workbooks on GCSE set texts out with York Notes, textbooks for A Level English Language, KS3, IGCSE and 11-14 and GCSE-equivalent Caribbean programmes with OUP and has also worked as a teacher consultant on the latest edition of the Collins School English Dictionary. She has over a decade teaching and training experience with adults and teens.