If you missed the chance to book a place onto our sold-out How to write Children’s Fiction Nosy Crow Masterclass, then today is your lucky day: a single place has opened up for the event this October!
It promises to be a FANTASTIC day: we have some incredible speakers lined up, including David Solomons, author of the brilliant, laugh-out-loud debut novel My Brother is a Superhero, talking about funny writing, Helen Peters, author of the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize-shortlisted The Secret Hen House Theatre, who’ll lead a session on debut fiction, Tracey Corderoy, author of the amazing Hubble Bubble young fiction books, talking about creating a series, superstar literary agent Louise Lamont, speaking on the role of an agent, and members of the Nosy Crow team including Kirsty Stansfield and Kate Wilson, who’ll cover editorial essentials, the importance of thinking internationally, and more.
As part of the day, there’ll also be individual manuscript critique sessions for anyone who submits their work in advance – if you’ve written, or begun writing, a children’s novel, this is a fantastic opportunity to receive some one-on-one advice from an expert.
The masterclass is taking place here at the Crow’s Nest – 10a Lant St, London, SE1 1QR – on Saturday October 10th, and ticket price includes lunch, morning and afternoon tea and coffee breaks, a glass of wine (and homemade cake) at the end of the day, and our manuscript critique sessions. You can book the VERY LAST place at this page, or with the form below.
We hope to see you there!
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