A sentence is a building block that makes up any piece of writing — and understanding how to write a memorable sentence is often what separates a good piece of writing from a great one. Author Nadia Bailey – a writer and a journalist – presents a masterclass on the diminutive form, including examples of successes and failures, tips and warnings, and methods that will help you craft the kind of sentences that make your work sing.
Suitable for writers of fiction and non-fiction, short stories and essays, this workshop will guide you through the nuts and bolts of sentence-craft and offer the chance to workshop a piece of writing of your own.
The workshop will be conducted in English. Recommended for writers with a high level of English comprehension.
An author, journalist and critic. She has published three non-fiction books on popular culture with Smith Street Books, and her short fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction has been widely represented in journals and independent presses.