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Martin Keaveney Creative Writing

47 Dominick Street, Galway City, Galway, Ireland

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Martin Keaveney Creative Writing provides an exciting range of Creative Writing courses online with innovative content and delivery. Courses cover a range of genres and mediums, including realism, sci-fi, crime, relationships, horror, comedy, nonfiction, fantasy, memoir, radio, film, stage and others. If you are a beginner, writing some years or an experienced author looking to develop a project, you will find something useful to you here. Courses are available via video conference (Zoom), emails, phone and even post. We aim to deliver the best possible experience to every writer that registers for a course. Check out what previous and current participants say: www.martinkeaveney.com/testimonials

 

Benefits of MKCW courses

 

· Weekly feedback from class tutor

· Friendly and constructive workshop with other writers

· Weekly tutorial on a range of contemporary & classical writing forms

· Weekly tutorial on elements of writing craft

· Superb addition to CV

· Eligible for Continuing Professional Development activity

· Completion Certificate Available

· Post course Editorial Response to your work

· Long-lasting connections and friendships

· Nourishing social activity

 

Business Writing: Introduction - ONE DAY COURSE

This one day Business Writing course presented via Zoom provides a detailed and powerful introduction to the mechanics of writing specifically designed to benefit personnel in the public services, business & marketing sectors. Participants are introduced to the fundamentals of writing and revision through demonstrating to them why they do things in writing rather than…

Creative Writing: Advanced - REMOTE

This course is designed for those firmly committed to their writing as a hobby or as a career. Writers may have a writing project or projects they wish to work on for the duration of the course. Participants with no specific project may wish to spend the early weeks finalizing their choice of project. Each…

Creative Writing: Complete - REMOTE

Creative Writing: Complete is a complete creative writing course. It is designed for both the new writer and those with some experience. Alumni from previous MKCW courses are also very welcome. All Participants attend a weekly seminar from January to December, where their writing is read and discussed regularly (This course runs adjacent to ‘Creative…

Creative Writing: Complete - REMOTE

Creative Writing: Complete is a complete creative writing course. It is designed for both the new writer and those with some experience. Alumni from previous MKCW courses are also very welcome. All Participants attend a weekly seminar from January to December, where their writing is read and discussed regularly (This course runs adjacent to ‘Creative…

Creative Writing: Intermediate - REMOTE

Would you like to develop your writing craft and develop your work for publication? Have you been working on a writing project for a while and want to move onto the next level? Explore genres such as comedy, fantasy, memoir and radio writing in this innovative new course for intermediate writers. The course is provided…

Creative Writing: Introduction - REMOTE

Have you ever wanted to write short stories or even try a novel? Have you dreamed of seeing your play on stage, your film on screen, or even stunning audiences with your poetry? This exciting and highly popular course is now available remotely by video conference, email or phone. You can even participate by post…

Creative Writing: Portfolio

Creative Writing: Portfolio is an exciting new one-year course which provides writers an opportunity to develop, progress and ultimately gain specialised evaluation of a portfolio of writing/long form manuscript or novel and synopsis up to 50,000 words. Other forms are welcome including poetry, film and television, stage plays and many other creative writing proposals. Participants…

Creative Writing: Single Project - CHRISTMAS EXPRESS

Get your dream writing project up and running this Christmas! Thursdays and writers will work to have a final project for submission by the middle of January. Writers must have a formed idea to bring to the course which indicates its proposed overall structure and content. Part of the project might be already written but…

Creative Writing: Single Project - REMOTE

Creative Writing: Single Project – Remote This course is designed for those writers who wish to spend a sustained period of time working on a single project of any length. Writers should have a formed idea to bring to the course which indicates its proposed overall structure and content. Part of the project might be…

Irish Literature - From Yeats to McKeon - REMOTE

This Irish Literature course is a general introduction to critically reading some of Ireland’s best literature with reflection on the poetic technique in poetry and in prose. We will begin early in the 20th century with W.B Yeats, progress to Patrick Kavanagh, Molly Keane and Maeve Brennan. The second half of the course discusses more…

Irish Literature - From Macken to Meehan - REMOTE

What is Irish Literature? This course attempts to answer that question by reflecting on the past century of writing by reading the work of Walter Macken, William Trevor, Jennifer Johnston, Seamus Heaney, Paula Meehan, Ryan Dennis, Louise Nealon and Alvy Carragher. Through discussion of works and writers from early 20th century right up to 2021,…

Irish Literature - From Moore to Enright - REMOTE

This carefully structured course is a general introduction to critically reading some of Ireland’s best known literature in the context of a progressing Ireland and also focussing on the locations of the novels. We will begin at the turn of the 20th century with Mayoman George Moore’s The Untilled Field, then proceed through the next century…

Irish Literature - From Plunkett to Rooney - REMOTE

This carefully structured course is a general introduction to critically reading some of Ireland’s best known literature in the context of a progressing Ireland. We will begin in the 20th century with short stories by James Plunkett, Flann O’Brien’s At Swim Two Birds and Edna O’Brien’s The Country Girls. We take in John Banville’s The…

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