Inside the writer’s notebook: How to make your notebooks and journals more valuable as a creative resource

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Inside the writer’s notebook: How to make your notebooks and journals more valuable as a creative resource


THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED. PLEASE EMAIL RICHARD TO BE PUT ON A WAITING LIST.


Are you curious about how other writers use their notebooks? Would you like to share ideas and tips for using journals and notebooks as a creative resource?

If so, please join us for a friendly workshop and discussion. Be prepared to join the Zoom call with one or two of your existing notebooks for a ‘show and tell’.

This event is free but with a suggested donation of £10 to 26.



When: 6.30pm—8.30pm, Thursday 24th November

Where: Online Zoom Event

Cost: Free (£10 donation to 26 suggested)

To book: email Richard Axtell at admin@26.org.uk


About Jill


Jill Hopper started out as a local newspaper reporter and then spent 12 years as editorial director of a contract publishing agency before going freelance. She is a notebook addict, having begun her first diary at the age of 12, almost four decades ago. Jill’s memoir, The Mahogany Pod, will be published by Saraband in February 2021.


 

About the training team:

Elise leads communications consultancy word-design, with clients such as the BFI, LEGO, Dishoom and Arvon. In 2017, she was President of the D&AD Writing for Design jury. She teaches creative writing at Central Saint Martins, and she writes books—most recently, the award-winning Faber novel The Madonna of the Mountains.


Fiona started as a journalist, writing features for national newspapers and magazines. She runs her own copywriting consultancy, Wordspring, where her clients include Nike, Nokia, the Paris Opera House, Save the Children, Help Musicians UK and Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. In 2018, Fiona was President of the D&AD Writing for Design jury.


Heather heads up Enough Said, a brand language and content strategy consultancy that’s on a mission to free us all from the tyranny of woolly and wasted words. Over the years she’s helped the likes of Virgin Holidays, eBay, Vodafone, Girlguiding and Bank of Ireland use words more wisely to reinforce their brands.

 

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