4 August 2018
Creative Writing: Future Fiction
What is the place of fiction in a world dominated by new technology? What is the fiction of the future, and who will write it?
The world-renowned Warwick Writing Programme (ranked 1st in the UK for creative writing teaching) is pleased to offer this practical and creative course. The course is designed for new and developing writers of fiction looking to take their work to the next level.
First, you’ll go through a refresher of the building blocks of fiction - character, narrative, style, and structure. Then, you will move on to explore both traditional (flash fictions, short stories, the novel) and experimental forms (hyperfiction, podcast, interactive and gaming narratives). Finally, it will be up to you decide what kind of fiction you think is best suited to the world we live in today, and what the best opportunities for new writers might be.
This course will give students a greater mastery of their creative process and an enhanced understanding of the world of contemporary fiction.
Professor Tim leach and Dr Gonzalo C. Garcia
The world-renowned Warwick Writing Programme (ranked 1st in the UK for creative writing teaching) is pleased to offer this practical and creative course. The course is designed for new and developing writers of fiction looking to take their work to the next level. Previous creative writing experience is useful, but not necessary. This course is open to anyone aged 18+.
Equivalent of a 15 CAT module from an Undergraduate Degree.
European system: 7.5 ECTS
US system: 3 credits
GBP 1995: Tuition Fee (various discounts available including early booking 10% reduced fee)
- If you apply before the 30 April 2018 you will be given a 10% discount code to enter at our payment pages.
- For groups of 5 or more students from the same institution, Warwick partners and alumni we offer a 20% discount on tuition fees and a tuition