Max works with individuals and small groups, both students and staff, to develop excellence in writing and an understanding of how writing affects its audience.
Using a wealth of writing experience for stage and radio, Oladipo applies creative writing techniques and stimulating writing exercises to help students write clearly and effectively.
Helena’s courses are designed to build confidence and strengthen the writing of staff and postgraduate students through the introduction of new techniques.
Anna specialises in workshops for university undergraduates, postgraduates, academic and non-academic staff.
Geoff provides fun, innovative workshops with memorable activities designed to help both students and professionals improve their writing skills.
Susan Barker offers workshops for undergraduates, postgraduates and non-academic staff that explore techniques for becoming a stronger, more confident writer.
Marina focuses on showing how creative writing techniques have a direct bearing on academic development and on communicating to wider audiences.
With more than 100 books to her name, Jane brings a wealth of experience to the challenge of getting writing right. She delivers lively, hands-on workshops designed to help both students and professionals tackle their writing problems.
Poet, essayist and former mass-market journalist, Gerry brings 20 years experience editing poetry journals to bear to offer fresh and insightful workshops on writing skills, with a particular focus on basic and high-level editing.
Deborah’s career as a writer of children’s fiction and non-fiction, combined with her editorial and educational experience, provide an impressive skillset for the provision of practical workshops on writing and editing skills.
Ann employs an inclusive tutoring style that draws upon the skills, knowledge and experience of all participants, and that facilitates peer learning, and mutual support and feedback.
With wide experience in commercial publishing, academic research and teaching, Trevor brings together the best of different writing genres to inform and energise academic writing for staff and postgraduates.
With extensive experience in teaching writing across all disciplines, Heather specializes in helping students express complex ideas clearly and effectively.
Lucy has a proven facility to draw out the most from participants, allied with an enthusiasm and expertise in teaching and learning based on many years experience of teaching in universities.
In his practical, hands-on workshops for undergraduates, postgraduates and professional clients, Julian focuses on getting people to enjoy finding better ways to express themselves
With his academic background and experience as a teacher and poet, Duncan offers lively and practical workshops to help students at all levels to improve their skills, technique, vigour and confidence as writers.
Caron Freeborn uses her experience as a poet, novelist, academic writer and university teacher to deliver intense yet enjoyable postgraduate workshops, specialising in writing with clarity.
Using hands-on, insightful and imaginative techniques, Katie brings twenty years of professional writing experience in academia, journalism and fiction to untangle writing problems, from finding the appropriate writing voice to peer reviewing and all the thorny writing stages in between.
With an academic background and long experience as a writer, editor and tutor, Jen offers practical workshops to help students at all levels to improve their writing skills.
Neil delivers practical, accessible workshops developing undergraduates’ research, editing and writing skills.
Babs specialises in motivational workshops in academic and creative writing for school students, teachers, undergraduates and post graduates.
Doug uses practical, fun workshops to help undergraduates, postgraduates and professionals improve the content and style of their academic writing.
Morag combines her expertise as a novelist and university teacher in designing and conducting workshops that encompass not only the linguistic challenges of academic writing, such as form, structure, syntax and style, but also the interdependent psychological challenges for the writer, of stamina, confidence and faith.
Sarah LeFanu draws on her experience both as editor and as teacher to offer workshops to postgraduates, post-doctoral researchers and early-career members of staff on how to strengthen and improve their writing.
James delivers focussed but hugely enjoyable workshops for postgraduates and early-career researchers, specialising in communicating beyond the academy – including writing and broadcasting skills.
Miranda is a novelist who has taught English in Italy, Libya, Saudi Arabia and Japan. She focuses on helping students and academics of all nationalities to write more clearly and readably.
Through workshops and individual consultations, Paul offers writing strategies that combine the demands of the subject discipline with a need to inform and engage the intelligent general reader.
Tina specialises in working intensively and through dialogue with participants to bring something of the professional writer’s approach into the context of academic writing.
Jennifer adds an element of individual appraisal to her lively workshops for doctoral researchers, postgraduates, professionals and anyone seeking to write clearly and well.
A novelist and short-story writer with a background in academic research, Cherise uses practical and accessible techniques to teach the craft of good writing, with a particular emphasis on editing skills.
Esther runs dynamic and engaging writing workshops that help students of all levels and abilities to improve their technical skills and their self-confidence.
Cath’s background as a non-fiction writer and editor, qualified and experienced ESOL teacher, and former RLF Fellow, provides an ideal skill set for facilitating writing-skills courses and workshops.
To ensure your writing resonates with the audience it’s meant for, Chris shares copywriting tips alongside the storytelling techniques of an author.
Amanda specialises in workshops in writing for children and academic writing, both for undergraduates and researchers whose first language is not English.
Anne uses her success in corporate pitching to help academic and research staff to 'tell their story' in grant applications – to write persuasively about their research, while also reflecting the funding body's agenda and selection criteria.
James specialises in helping students to define and structure their argument, and express their ideas clearly and effectively.