CLOSED Podcasting Course
This four week online workshop will teach writers everything you need to know about podcasting and give you the tools you need to get started.
About the course
Rest of the World : $224.00
Saturday January 23rd
Saturday January 30th
Saturday February 6th
Saturday February 13th
All Sessions Will Run From 3PM-4PM GMT
1 hour -
“Ines is a wonderful teacher and this course provides all the tools you need to craft an excellent podcast. From storytelling to technical resources, she offers a comprehensive overview of the art of the podcast.”
– Jean Binkovitz
Through hands-on training, you will learn how to write for the ear, use a microphone, record audio, and edit on your computer. By the end of the course, you will have the audio basics you need to start.
How you will learn
Our team of editors, novelists and scriptwriters will provide a helping hand – making you a more confident writer.
Thanks to our status as a platform for discovering the best literary talent – having helped kick-start the careers of several literary writers to acclaim, such as Nikesh Shukla, Naomi Alderman, Peng Shepherd, Clare Wigfall, Stuart Evers, Inua Ellams and others on the Man Booker Prize longlists – we have far-reaching external networks that create opportunities for your work to get in front of editors, agents and publishers. You will learn through:
- Generating and pitching ideas
- Submissions best practices and feedback
- Live readings & performances
- Writing and sharing your work online
- Specialist workshops
- Live salons
Inés Gregori Labarta is a writer and artist with a PhD in Creative Writing by Lancaster University. Her interests are the novella as a form, multilingualism, unreliable narrators, magic realism, the gothic, speculative fiction, queer theory and graphic novels. She has published a collection of novels, 'Los Pentasónicos' (Edebé, 2008-2010) and two novellas 'Mactavish Manor' (Holland House, 2016) and 'Kabuki' (Dairea, 2017). Her short fiction has been published and won awards such as the Autonomous University of Madrid Short Story Prize. She also lectures part-time at the University of Central Lancashire. She co-founded and directs the artistic platform The Wandering Bard.