Five writing workshops for writers across genres: Memoir/Autobiography/Fiction/Drama/Poetry.
The course is designed for emerging and experienced writers, although beginners are welcome.
Each session consists of readings, exercises and collaborative workshops. The focus is on ideas and process via exercises and discussions exploring how to create fictional characters and/or stories of self.
Excerpts from work in progress may be shared if relevant to exercises. Participants may choose to write in their preferred genre and/or to experiment with new genres.
The Learning Centre, Artworks
2 Korora Road
Phone: 09 372 9868
Caroline Lark is a playwright, poet, fiction writer, and artist. Her plays have been performed on radio and stage, her poetry published and collected in New Zealand and internationally, and her novella Days won the Hazard Press / Quote Unquote Short Fiction Award. She is well known as a teacher through her popular Wordsmith short courses across several genres. Caroline is a graduate of the University of Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin University, UK.
Student feedback :
Covered so much. Caroline is very encouraging and enthusiastic
I wrote far more than I expected to! I was very impressed with the leadership and content of this course. Most impressed with Caroline’s gentle, affirmative attitude, her breadth and depth of knowledge and her ability to respond personally to each member of the class.