Writing the Wild – creative writing workshop on June 18th

I’m running a full-day workshop in the beautiful Newport Wetlands nature reserve on the 18th June. It will focus on writing setting, and we will use the spectacular reserve for inspiration. This is the nature reserve where I once worked as a field guide, and the reserve that inspired much of my book FLYAWAY.

Details are here, and poster attached.

It would be GRAND to see you there. And possibly the best thing of all – half of the fee goes directly to the RSPB reserve for conservation of its special creatures and habitats.

RSPB Writing the Wild

‘Writing the Wild’ Creative Writing Workshop

Saturday 18 June

10am – 4pm

Price: RSPB members £36 / non members £45

Booking essential

Join award-winning author Lucy Christopher to discover the ways in which writing the wild and using setting can be important and inspiring for fiction. In a fun and interactive day of writing exercises and exploration, Lucy will guide you through the methods she uses to research and develop her novels.  No need to come with fiction already written but be prepared to explore, develop and have some serious play in this special, inspiring location!


RSPB Newport Wetlands

Where is it?

  • Postcode: NP18 2BZ
  • County: Newport

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Categories Flyaway, General, Writing | Tags: | Posted on June 10, 2016

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1 Comment

  1. by Rubi Soto

    On September 13, 2016

    This has nothing to do eiththeblog you posted. But I was just wondering if you will ever make a second book to stole or have you, I just finishing reading the book, what made me want to read it was that my sister had read 2 years ago, and had told me some parts of it. Yet I always wonder what else had happened, the small details, and I got to say this was the best way to start my life and reading. See I never liked reading until one afternoon at school when they told me to go get a book a the library, I was walking through all the shelf when I recognized the cover of one of the books and I was like I’ll see what was so good of the book my sister read so I check it out, when ever I would have to read a book I would read 3 pages in a week, I read stolen in 4 days, that left me shocked so that’s why I’m here asking about that, another question, what are your other books about. do know any other books like your that you can recommend me ? Thank you for the wonderful book.
    P.S it made me cry a lot!!

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