Simon Garfield, winner of the Somerset Maugham Prize and leader of several Guardian Masterclasses in Writing Non-Fiction will be hosting a workshop for aspiring non-fiction writers. Whether you have a book you’re developing or a series of features that you would like to write, in this interactive workshop you will receive advice on everything from content to commercial viability. Plus you’ll learn how to resolve common problems with the writing process and what appeals to editors and publishers.
Ahead of the date, participants will be able to submit a short outline of the book or idea they are working on, or want to write, which will allow Simon to tailor the workshop accordingly.
Don’t miss this rare and unrivalled opportunity to learn from one of the UK’s most successful authors – places are strictly limited so book early.
Simon will also be discussing his new book Timekeepers on 9 October.
About the author
Simon Garfield is the author of seventeen acclaimed books of non-fiction including A Notable Woman (as editor), To the Letter,On the Map, Just My Type and Mauve. His study of AIDS in Britain, The End of Innocence, won the Somerset Maugham prize.