Writing for Children with Tony Bradman
Writers' Centre Norwich
Polish your writing and improve your chances of getting published with this workshop from author Tony Bradman.
“Tony Bradman and Stephanie Thwaites were incredible mentors and instructors – they offered advice, encouragement and much-needed honest feedback”
Radhika Dhariwal on Curtis Brown Creative.
Do you love writing for children but lack the confidence to take your writing further?
Would you benefit from expert guidance on storytelling and how to get published?
Invest in your writing with this work-shop led by professional writer Tony Bradman.
About the Workshop
Tony will provide you with the tools to make your children’s book a success. Through a series of creative writing exercises you’ll learn how to develop the structure and plot of your novel, improve your editing skills and discover hints and tips on thinking of best-selling stories.
Using his expertise in the children’s publishing world Tony will explain current market trends and how to negotiate them. Tony will also discuss the challenges of finding an agent and publisher and give expert advice on developing your writing career.
The workshop will be tutor-led, with the opportunity to discuss your writing with your peers.
About the Author
Tony Bradman is the author of numerous children’s books. He has written poetry and picture books, short and long fiction, and educational books and plays. Tony reviews regularly for The Guardian
. He is also chair of the Siobhan Dowd Trust and director at ALCS (The Author’s Licensing and Collecting Society) and CLA (The Copyright Licensing Agency). Tony has also worked as a tutor for Curtis Brown Creative.
Book your place. Visit Tony’s website.Follow Tony on Twitter. Additional Information
Please send a sample of your work (a chapter from a novel or a short story) of no more than 2000 words to firstname.lastname@example.org by 26th October 2012.
This workshop is best suited for those writing for junior or young adult.
Not suitable for individuals writing for early years or for those new to writing.
Payment is non-refundable unless the workshop is cancelled. View Larger Map
About the Venue
This workshop will take place in the workshop room situated on the ground floor of the Writers' Centre Norwich office, on 14 Princes Street.
This room provides an ideal environment for creative thinking and learning with plenty of space and natural light.
14 Princes Street is fully accessible. Please let us know if you have any access or other special requirements.