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London Writers Network: Developing a portfolio career as a writer
Wed 24 Jan 2018 to Wed 24 Jan 2018
This workshop will explore the various job options in the public sector that are flexible and allow for financial stability, as well as opportunities to develop fundamental skills for roles in creative industries.

In addition to outlining ‘day jobs’, we’ll focus on brand identity, establishing one’s ideal freelancing role and cost effective ways of networking in an effective and professional manner.

Participants will be signposted to useful websites and videos that will support them as they develop their portfolios independently, and they will also receive a special discount code for Nadia’s Scribble-skype consultation service, which will be handy for 1:1 follow-up support.

Facilitator
Nadia Gasper is a writer and story consultant. She has written a variety of stage, screen and online scripts, page and performance poetry, articles, blogs and essays throughout her career. Her work has been commissioned by Manchester’s Contact Theatre and the BBC. She was also a member of the Royal Court Theatre Young Writers’ Programme. Nadia is the founder of Scribble Ink Story Consultancy—a social enterprise dedicated to mentoring writers throughout their creative process.

Date: 24 January 2018, 6 - 8:30 pm

Location: Idea Store Whitechapel, 321 Whitechapel Road, London E1 1BU

Cost: Free, subject to availability, for London Writers Network members as part of their access to two free events a year. Non-Members £12 Concessions £9.60

For further details and to book a place go to the Spread the Word website

Additional Information:
Location:
London
Region(s):
London
Price:
Various

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Organisation:
Spread the Word
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Contact Email:
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