International Institute of Modern Letters

New summer course: CREW 352 Creative Science Writing Workshop

2 October 2013

'Science is universal, science is social – and science is also thrillingly personal.' Steve Braunias

Offered for the first time, this intensive summer workshop provides expert support for writing projects with a science focus. You'll work with leading science writer and Listener columnist Rebecca Priestley and noted essayist and poet Ashleigh Young, exploring the diverse range of nonfiction science writing possibilities: essays, articles, memoirs, travel narratives, and biographies.

As part of this course you will also attend a one-day masterclass with Deborah Blum, Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist and author of the New York Times bestseller The Poisoner's Handbook.

Limited to 12 places. Applications close Monday 11 November.

When: 19 November 10 19 December 2013, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10am - 1pm,with masterclass on Thursday 28 November 10am - 4pm.

Prerequisites: 60 points of science.

Read more about CREW 352 Creative Science Writing or contact the IIML.