Running Online Workshops
3 February @ 18:30 - 20:30
About this Event
Online workshops have become a feature of our lives in 2020, with many writers taking to the virtual form to expand their practice. But how do you go about delivering in this new medium? This workshop will take you through the options available to you, the key differences between in-person and online sessions, and help you to develop ideas and concepts for your own activities going forward.
Throughout this session, we will…
- Explore the options available for online workshop delivery
- Examine the differences between online and physical workshops, and how they can affect preparation and delivery style
- Consider the types of workshop that could work well in a virtual environment
About Alex Davis
Alex Davis is a writer, reviewer and events organiser based in Derby. As an author he’s had 50+ short stories and poems published, and writes a monthly piece for Writing Magazine on genre fiction. So far he has one published novel, The Last War, and a non-fiction film book Martyrs: A Personal Analysis. He has five years of publishing experience, split between Solaris/Black Library and his own small press, Boo Books. He’s taught hundreds of writing workshops over the last decade and has been an Associate Lecturer at the University of Derby for the last three years.
Book your place
Tickets cost £12 for NWS Members and £15 for general admission. Book your place, or to find out more about joining NWS, head to our membership page.
This workshop will be delivered online via Zoom. Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing service you can use to virtually meet with others – either by video or audio-only or both. A link will be sent out shortly before the workshop starts to the email address you enter at the time of booking.