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National Academy of Writing Demonstration Event

Tuesday 28th February 2012 6pm - 8pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Free Event

 

In response to the success of the National Academy of Writing's inaugural 2011 course, NAW is looking for twelve committed writers for 2012. NAW runs an advanced course for committed writers seeking to publish a book-length work in either fiction or non-fiction.

The NAW demonstration will showcase the unique NAW Masterclass led by Richard Beard (NAW Director and author of Lazarus is Dead) followed by a talk and Q&A from NAW Patron and bestselling novelist Jojo Moyes (Me Before You).

This is an opportunity for writers who want to be published to see the National Academy in action, meet the Director, Administrator and members of the NAW Board, and chat to 2011 NAW writers.

Places at the demonstration event are limited. Please contact NAW Course Coordinator Rena Brannan to reserve:rena@thenationalacademyofwriting.org.uk

Read Richard Beard's blog for Foyles about the event and NAW here.

To find out more about about the National Academy of Writing, visit their website.

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