The Midweek Mini Writing Marathon, 27 May
Join us online for 2½ hours of writing on Wednesday the 27th of May.
5 - 7.30pm CET. Check here for the time where you are.
The Mini Marathon is a space to write, share work, and connect with other writers around the world. Join me for 2½ hours of writing, writing, and more writing. That will be the focus of the Mini Writing Marathon: writing, producing work, finding inspiration in the times we're living through, and exploring how reading can be a muse for writing, especially when quiet, focus and inspiration are harder to come by.
For the duration of the workshop, all our attention will be on creating work, writing with other writers, and looking at ways to keep expanding the stories you start during the Mini Marathon.
By the end of the workshop, you'll have created two new pieces to keep refining, and you'll have picked up some tips and tricks to use in your writing over the weeks ahead.
Once you've booked, you'll be emailed a link to the Zoom classroom. No need to download anything – you can join the class directly from your browser.
Limited to 15 participants
Date and Time: Wednesday, 27 May. 5 - 7.30pm Central European Time. Click here for the corresponding time where you are.
Cost: £25 (full fee) / £12 (reduced fee)
I can offer 3 free spaces on the Writing Workout. If it helps for the Workout to be free, please use the discount code MIDWEEKMINI at checkout.
The Writing Workout is open to all writers everywhere, all levels, all genres, all you'll need is a willingness to write and be open to surprises in your own work.
About the tutor: Shaun Levin is the author of Seven Sweet Things, A Year of Two Summers, and Snapshots of The Boy, amongst other books. His short stories have been anthologised alongside such writers as Nadine Gordimer, Ali Smith, and Edmund White. He edits The A3 Review and is the creator of Writing Maps. Shaun has been teaching creative writing for over twenty years, and is the author of The Writing Notebooks, a series of guides for writers taking on book-length projects.