SUMMER WRITING CLASSES TAUGHT BY AWARD-WINNING PUBLISHERS AND NOVELISTS
I’M ALAN MAHAR, PUBLISHING DIRECTOR AT TINDAL STREET PRESS AND LEADER OF OUR MASTERCLASSES Everyone has a novel in them, but often they need a helping hand to get started or fine-tune their talent. You’re likely to need support, advice, focused exercises and expert feedback. And because we know your time is precious we’ve created short c...
Tindal Street Masterclasses in the Birmingham Post - No. 7
In the final edition of the series, Richard McComb has a real treat for readers: as a final exercise, Richard asked his peers in the Academy course to take part in a ‘flash fiction’ challenge, writing a 150-word (very) short story. Here are the results.
Tindal Street Masterclasses in the Birmingham Post - No. 6
In the sixth piece in Richard McComb's series documenting his experiences of participating in the Tindal Street Masterclasses he talks to Catherine O'Flynn – one of the guest authors making an appearance on the Masterclasses – about the writing of her first novel, What Was Lost.
Tindal Street Masterclasses in the Birmingham Post - No. 5
In the fifth of this series of articles in the Birmingham Post on the Tindal Street Masterclasses, Tindal Street Press Publishing Director Alan Mahar writes about the experiences of getting published from both sides of the fence – as a novelist and also as a publisher.