Search Results for 'Writing'
76 results found.
CREATIVE WRITING classes with Kevin Higgins, covering poetry, and with Susan Miller DuMars, covering fiction, will take place in May, and enrolment is now taking place.
THE WRITERS Susan Millar DuMars and Kevin Higgins will hold creative writing classes, for beginners and intermediate levels, in the Galway Technical Institute, Father Griffin Road, starting in April.
THOSE DETERMINED not to let 2018 pas without finally putting pen to paper, and composing the poems of that story they have had in their head for ages, can begin with creative writing classes in the Galway Technical Institute.
ADVANCED FICTION writing classes with the poet and short story writer Susan Millar DuMars have been announed for the New Year, but bookings are already being taken.
THERE ARE an infinite number of reasons why people buy books, but at the risk of generalisation, two reasons stand out: people who buy books to read them and those who buy books to collect them. While the former will most certainly read their purchases, the latter will probably not read theirs.
EVERYONE HAS a story to tell and if you are a teenager with ambitions to write, why not tell your story through prose or poetry, and help is at hand with a new series of creative writing classes.
CREATIVE WRITING classes for beginners and intermediate level, take place in the Galway Technical Institute in September.
CREATIVE WRITING classes with the poet Kevin Higgins and the poet/short story writer Susan Millar DuMars, will be held at the Galway Technical Institute, Father Griffin Road.
THE SHORT story writer and poet Susan Millar DuMars will host an advanced fiction writing class on Wednesdays from 7pm to 9pm, starting March 31, and running for eight weeks.
An early dislike to reading by a child can so easily be glossed over, either as a personality trait, maybe by always being seen as a busy child, or simply, as a parent, you never had a great love of reading or words yourself when at school – or even now. And so the dislike can first be dismissed, and later ignored, the consequences of which can lead to later distress and regret.