Crime writing workshops announced for Noirwich Crime Writing Festival
Led by acclaimed crime writers Nicola Upson and Louise Welsh

Noirwich Crime Writing Festival is thrilled to announce two bite-size creative writing workshops at this year’s festival.

Taking place on Friday 14 September at The Enterprise Centre, UEA, budding crime writers can choose between workshops at 11am or 2pm, or a combination of both workshops across the day for a discounted price.

Nicola Upson

Writing Detectives and Historical Fiction Workshop with Nicola Upson

Transport your reader back to the Golden Age of crime writing and the likes of Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie with this bite-size writing workshop led by award-winning British novelist, Nicola Upson. Nicola is the author of An Expert in Murder, the first in a series of crime novels to feature legendary 1930s mystery novelist Josephine Tey as its lead character.

Read Nicola’s five tips for writing historical crime fiction.

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Louise Welsh

Pushing the Boundaries of Crime Fiction Workshop with Louise Welsh

Push the boundaries of the genre and take your writing to new places with Louise Welsh, the award-winning writer of The Cutting Room and the Plague Times trilogy. This is the perfect workshop for any budding writer looking to explore the diverse nature of crime fiction and its relationship to the real world.

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Combined package offer

Book a place on both Louise and Nicola’s workshops for a reduced price of £60! Available for full price tickets only. Discount will be automatically applied when you put both workshops in your basket.

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