This course offers an overview of some of the classic novels which we may have read or may be planning to read ‚Äòsomeday‚Äô. Structed as a series of talks and discussions we will explore novels by Tolstoy, James, Austen, Melville, Dostoevsky and others.
This course will cover areas of writing such as; Writing Skills Characterisation Structure and plot development Setting and atmosphere Getting published Novel and short stories. Suitable for complete beginners this course will improve writing skills and lead to development of literary abilities.
Course Duration One Year Full-time Leads to NFQ Level 5 QQI Award in Journalism With technology playing an ever-greater role in journalism and the wider media industry, this course aims to provide students with the practical knowledge to aid their progression to higher education while instilling core communications skills to enhance[...]
Writing non-fiction for potential publication in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. Non-fiction includes local news stories, feature articles, local history, memoir, freelance journalism and more.
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