Lizzie Enfield will be attending the University of Winchester’s Writers’ Festival to help budding authors perfect their work.
Now in its 35th year, the festival aims to nurture new and established creative writers from around the UK and overseas, working in all forms and genres.
Lizzie Enfield will be conducting a day-long seminar on Polishing and Perfecting Your Finished Work. This course focuses on finessing a piece of work, looking at how to view your work objectively and spot grammatical and structural failures, exploring ways to develop characters and sustain key themes, and considering techniques for grabbing a reader’s attention and retaining it.
She will also be giving a talk about what makes a writer’s voice engaging, discussing techniques to help writers discover their own particular voice.
Lizzie Enfield is a novelist, journalist and regular contributor to national newspapers and magazines. Her latest novel, Living With It, looks at the controversial MMR vaccine, exploring the hearts and minds of ordinary people as they struggle to come to terms with the choices they’ve made.
The Winchester Writers’ Festival takes place this year from 19–21 June. One-day, two-day and full weekend tickets are available. To register and for more information click here.