Always wanted to write? Then stop dreaming and become your dream. Revolutionise your writing. Tackle self-doubt. Gain strength and a sense of community.
Book now for Ignite, an intensive six-week course for women writers in Central London.
Through Ignite, you’ll learn how to push through doubt, reduce fear of the blank page, become disciplined in your practice and enjoy writing so much more. You’ll also become skilled in characterisation, dialogue, creating dynamic settings and other essential writing techniques.
If you haven’t written creatively before but always wanted to, or if you haven’t written for some time and want to kick-start your practice, then this low-cost, intensive course is for you.
Date: Wednesday 12th, 19th, 26th April, 3rd, 10th, 17th May
Venue: Amnesty International UK, Human Rights Action Centre, 17-25 New Inn Yard, London
Cost: £84.99. You can pay the entire balance in one transaction, or reserve your place by paying a deposit of just £34.99
Write Like a Grrrl welcomes self-identifying women of all ages
☆ “Kerry Ryan’s Write Like a Grrrl workshops were perfectly pitched, informative, inclusive, and empowering. Kerry creates a non-threatening space to explore our ideas and produce valuable work in class. Her teaching style is informal and supportive – exactly what we need as adult students. “ Angela
☆ “I really enjoyed Kerry’s writing workshops, mainly because she created a conducive atmosphere for writing, making it friendly and collaborative. It was also a good mixture of practical exercises and useful advice. I would definitely attend a course run by Kerry again.” Erica
☆ “The course was fantastic. Without Kerry’s great lesson on ‘How to start writing and keep going’ I would not be writing at all, but I have now managed to do so regularly for the last year.” Liz
☆ “Kerry was an incredible tutor! She was supportive, encouraging and fun. I loved the fact that everything was up for discussion and she never talked down to us. She created a really friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
The course was also so well structured, really easy to follow and never felt daunting or difficult. She was just brilliant!”
Kerry Ryan‘s writing has featured in international publications and various journals including, most recently, The Manchester Review. Her story, The Bird, won first prize in Spilling Ink’s short story competition. She is currently writing a novel set in London in 1914, The Art of Mimicry, which was shortlisted in Myriad Editions First Drafts Competition in 2014.Kerry has a PhD in creative writing and is founder and director of Write like a Grrrl which offers creative writing courses for women across the UK in collaboration with For Books’ Sake.