Beyond Good and Evil: How to Balance Your Professional and Creative Life as a Writer
This four-week Masterclass will walk students through how they can their balance professional and creative lives. Through a combination of instruction and generative exercises, bestselling author Glenn Fisher will give you craft-based prompts to demonstrate the ways in which the skills for writing copy and other forms of marketing-based material can be transferable to writing creatively and with success. We hope that on this course students will no longer feel like there’s no time to write.
About the course
U.K: 125 GBP
United States : 185 USD
Saturday October 1, 2022
Saturday October 8, 2022
Saturday October 14, 2022
Saturday October 22, 2022
All sessions will take place at 16:00PM Greenwich Mean Time
4 weeks - October 1-22, 2022
This four-week Masterclass will walk students through how they can their balance professional and creative lives. By exploring fundamental craft pillars like idea, audience, structure, dialogue, syntax, and character Glenn will help students see that if they write commercially it doesn’t mean they have to compromise their writing otherwise. In fact, a balance of the two can help writers produce stronger fiction and nonfiction work. He will offer a variety of helpful tips to help writers get that creative project done.
Students will look at a variety of writers including Percival Everett, Rebecca Watson, and Patrick Radden Keefe. Glenn will offer personalised feedback on a project students decide to work on throughout the workshop. Whether it be a novel or a nonfiction book you’re working on, you will see that those skills you use in your day-to-day line of work might just help you finish your creative project to success!
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
Glenn Fisher is an author, copywriter, and speaker. His best-selling book on copywriting, The Art of the Click, was shortlisted for a Business Book of the Year award. He created the hit copywriting podcast All Good Copy and is the co-host of The Fix. He writes and consults for some of the most recognised brands in the world today. His short fiction has appeared in Lunate and 3am Magazine. He lives on the east coast of England, where he is currently working on his first novel.