Creative Writing Summer CoursesSummer courses for creative writing
For a long time Oxford has been the source of inspirations for some of the world's best-known and most popular authors. Of C. S. Lewis to J. R. R. Tolkien and of Oscar Wilde to Percy Bysshe Shelley all came from Oxford into the literature word. There are a number of creative writing courses from 10 to 24 years old - see below.
If you are 16-17 or 18-24 years old, you will be given a weeklong training session by top graduates reflecting the learning methods that make Oxford a world-renowned city. Select your creative writing course below: Usually our creative writing course for 18-24 year old children is held in four workshops and one session per weeks, so that the student has free space to write in both groups and talk about their own writing.
Writing skills of some of the great writers of English language writing are discussed in workshops and researched, for example, how to address the readers, the auditive power of thought and the use of tact and rhyming in creative writing. Tuition topics are chosen in discussions between the student and the instructor, as this is an occasion for the student to further their interests with their instruction.
You will be introduced to some of the skills used by many of the great literature mammals in the past and encouraged to do as much writing as possible so that you can go home with your own shorts or poems. We had to make a brief history and writing a poem: hard practice but very satisfactory and with so much positive feedbacks and good advices from my instructor!
Also we had a great deal of liberty and could make so many discoveries: daily excursions, concerts, games, museum (and poking!) and above all meet visitors from all over the worInd. All in all, anyone interested in creative writing must do it! A prizewinning writer and very seasoned instructor and lecturer in creative writing and writing.
A native of Oxford and trained at one of the country's premier colleges, Magdalen College Schule, he then relocated to Bristol to earn a Joint Honours in English and Philosophy. Subsequently, he was awarded a poetic fellowship from the Arvon-Stiftung ( "Studying with Hugo Williams and Julia Copus") before he returned to Oxford in 2011 to take a place in the then most competitively priced Master's programme of the university, the recently established Creative Writing programme. He wrote and released in a variety of categories, from eating and wining (as a London based catering critic) to poetic, dramatic and psyc.
Now living in Oxford, he is making the transition to full-time writing with the conclusion of his first work. A postgraduate certificate of éducation (M.A.), Yolanda Barton is an Englishman in junior high schools who graduated from the University of Oxford in June 2016 with a qualification for the UK state examination.
She previously completed her Bachelor of Arts in English at the University of Nottingham with 2:1, followed by a Master of Arts in English with a focus on North and Viking studies. Previously she teaches English in the state system in South Korea and at Taiwanese independent colleges and is TESOL-accredited.
She has worked as a proofreader for Ulsan City Council in South Korea, where she also assisted in the creation of a multi-lingual cookbook for the local people's husbands and wives. She has worked in the UK as a proofreader for the Open University and as a presenter and participant in an on-line group that wanted to start the career of emerging poet.