Advanced Fiction with Ian Nettleton (three-month course)
Looking for advice on how to finalise, edit and polish your work? Ready to take your writing to a more sophisticated level? Our Advanced Fiction sessions with Ian Nettleton are the ideal choice for more experienced writers with a project in mind, or for anyone seeking a new and exciting creative challenge.
Ian has been leading sold-out fiction courses at NCW for a number of years. Through a combination of group discussion and one-to-one feedback, he will equip you with the skills and knowledge to progress on your writing journey.
This course runs across three day-long monthly workshops, beginning on Saturday 5 October, 10am – 4pm and continuing on Saturday 23 November and Saturday 14 December.
‘Ian made everyone feel welcomed and the content was in small enough bite-sized pieces that I never felt overwhelmed with information.’ Lacy Lee
‘Ian has such a wide background and packs every minute of the course with information and advice. His attitude is encouraging and non-judgemental. He is the best tutor I have ever had.’ – Sheila Preston
About the tutor
Ian Nettleton has a doctorate in Creative & Critical Writing from UEA (2003). His first novel, The Last Migration, set in the Australian outback, was runner-up for both the 2014 Bath prize for literature and the inaugural Peggy Chapman-Andrews First Novel Award. He has also worked for the BBC as a writer and presenter, critiqued novels for The Literary Consultancy, and published short fiction in a number of anthologies.