Fiction: Tutored Retreat

Finding your way

Monday August 19th - Saturday August 24th 2019

Lumb Bank

A story is a journey, a puzzle, a forest, and it’s all too easy to get lost in the woods. If you have a novel or short story that’s refusing to cooperate and need help finding your way, this could be the course for you. We will provide one-to-one feedback on process, character, style, structure and editing, though you will have plenty of time to work in solitude and to enjoy the company of fellow writers for additional empathy and support. This course is aimed at writers who have a work-in-progress. Participants are invited to submit up to 1,500 words of their writing in advance to lumbbank@arvon.org by 19 July 2019.

Single room price: £795

Grants are available to help with the course fee

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Lumb Bank

The Ted Hughes Arvon Centre, Lumb Bank is an 18th-century millowners house in West Yorkshire, which once belonged to Ted Hughes. It’s set in 20 acres of steep woodland with breathtaking views to the valley below.

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