Jacob Ross fiction writing masterclass
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to study fiction writing with Caribbean acclaimed writer Jacob Ross on Saturday 30 November!
As soon as we put the autumn programme online, tickets started to go quickly so there are only a few places on this one-day fiction writing workshop.
Following on from Jacob’s recent workshop in Brighton, in this next workshop Jacob will be build on the work he did to examine the building blocks of stories and narrative and give participants opportunities to produce strong memorable narratives with practical exercises in the class.
Date: 30 November 2013
Venue: Jubilee Library, Jubilee St, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1GE
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Supported by National Lottery, Arts Council England, and Brighton & Hove Library Services
Jacob Ross was born in Grenada, is the author of acclaimed short story collections, Song for Simone (1986) and A Way to Catch the Dust (1999).
His first novel, Pynter Bender was shortlisted for the Authors Club Best First Novel Award 2009 and the Commonwealth Writers Prize 2009. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and has judged the V.S. Pritchett Memorial Prize, the Tom-Gallon Award and Scott Moncrieff Translation Prize.
Jacob is also the Associate Fiction Editor for Peepal Tree Press and a tutor of Narrative Craft and the Fiction Editor for SABLE LitMag.