Helena fosters creativity in academic writing, encouraging students to re-think their writing practices in ways that will improve academic performance in all disciplines.
Anna specialises in workshops for university undergraduates, postgraduates, academic and non-academic staff.
Marina focuses on showing how creative writing techniques have a direct bearing on academic development and on communicating to wider audiences.
With wide experience in commercial publishing, academic research and teaching, Trevor brings insight from different writing genres to inspire, inform and energise the academic writing of staff and postgraduates.
Heather has two specialisms: enhancing the creative process in academic writing, and helping students express complex ideas clearly and effectively.
Elanor focuses on clear writing, and on how narrative and editorial techniques from the world of fiction can be used to enrich, liberate and energise academic prose.
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
Lucy specialises in demystifying structure, editing, proofreading and ‘flow’ for undergrads, postgrads and staff.
Sharing imaginative and practical skills, Katie demystifies the writing process to help you foster good writing habits, develop effective writing techniques and have confidence in your own writing voice both in and beyond academia.
Doug uses practical, fun workshops to help undergraduates, postgraduates and professionals improve the content and style of their academic writing.
James delivers focussed but enjoyable workshops for postgraduates and early-career researchers, specialising in communicating beyond the academy – including writing for trade publications and the media, and professional editing skills.
Amanda's practical, interactive workshops aim to make students write more clearly and think more deeply.
Sanjida uses story-telling skills and her background as a scientist to help academic staff and postgraduates plan and structure their writing and communicate clearly and effectively.
Tina specialises in working intensively and through dialogue with participants to bring a professional writer’s approach into the context of academic writing.
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 workshops that help students and staff to define their impact, improve their technical writing skills and enhance their self-confidence.
Cath’s experience as a non-fiction writer and editor, Fellow of the HEA and ESOL teacher 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.
Helping students find pleasure in the writing process is a priority for Lydia; whether online or face-to-face, her workshops are hands-on and fun.
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.