Faber Academy Comes to Dublin in July

The renowned Faber Academy in the UK is coming to Dublin in July of this year with ‘Write A Short Story In A Weekend’. The course will take place at the James Joyce Centre and will be presented by Éilís Ní Dhuibhne, Carlo Gébler and Tobias Hill. Full details on the course and how to enroll on the links provided from the press release below:




Write A Short Story In A Weekend
Friday 1 July to Sunday 3 July

The James Joyce Centre, Dublin

The aim of this intensive and inspiring three day course is very simple: to give you the skills, insights and encouragement you need to write and critique a brand new two- to three-thousand word short story — all in a weekend in July.


Eilís Ní Dhuibhne, Carlo Gébler and Tobias Hill will take you through the best short stories and what makes them great, from Alice Munro to Gogol to Roddy Doyle to Chekhov. We’ll also send you a complimentary copy of New Irish Short Stories, edited by Joseph O’Connor. With a toolkit full of techniques, you will be ready to write, only stopping to give and receive the highest quality feedback from your tutors and classmates.

Fun but challenging, this course will leave you with not just a completed short story, but also with an armory of lessons, tricks and tips, plus the vigour and enthusiasm you need to keep up the creativity once you leave.
Friday 1 July–Sunday 3 July 2011 (10am–5pm)
The James Joyce Centre
35 North Great George’s Street
Dublin 1

Course cost: €425 [Book Online]

For more information click here or call Ian on +44 (0) 20 7927 3827.

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