Announcing an exciting opportunity for a unique creative course at Holden School in Turin, Italy.
Three weeks, three instructors, one goal - to sharpen your writing skills while enjoying life in a beautiful, cosmopolitan city know for its fine dining and night life.
Holden School is perhaps Europe’s premiere storytelling academy, where aspiring writers from Argentina to Tibet gather to study with an equally cosmopolitan faculty.
Classes are conducted in English, and run from 3 to 21 July.
Enrollment deadline is June 11.
See here for more details.
Can you tell us about your writing routine and how you structure your day to make time for writing?
I wake early (not always happily) and get writing straight away, doing as little on the internet as possible. I don’t eat breakfast, although I do drink coffee, too much of it. I write until I run out of steam. Sometimes this moment comes after an hour; sometimes I work through lunch. I’ve never written all day in my life and am a bit wary (or jealous) of people who say they do.
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