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Craft your prose at home or abroad with a creative writing class from Anne Aylor
Take a creative writing course with Anne Aylor, a professional author and teacher offering writing workshops and courses for all levels of ability, from beginners to published authors.
Anne Aylor is a professional writer and teacher who has had short stories and poems published by the Arts Council of Great Britain, The Literary Review, London Magazine and Stand Magazine. In addition to being a runner-up in a Radio 3 competition, a number of her stories have been broadcast on BBC Radio. In 2008 she was shortlisted for the Bridport Prize. She was shortlisted for the 2011 Fish Short Story Prize.
Her novel, No Angel Hotel, was published by HarperCollins, Grafton Books and St Martin’s Press (US title: Angel Hotel). Her second novel, The Double Happiness Company, was published in January 2011 by BareBone Books. She is 90,000 words into her third.
Her stage play, Children of the Dust, won a playwrighting competition and was co-produced by the Soho Theatre and Theatre Warehouse, Croydon.
She worked in post-war Bosnia where she practised Chinese medicine and taught ballet. She teaches at Morley College in London and is a member of PEN. In 2007 she was a shortlist judge for the story competition held by the Wimbledon Book Fest and in 2010 she was asked to lead a workshop at the Redbridge Book and Media Festival.
If you'd like to see a sample of her work, click here for a 500-word short story, click here to hear/see her YouTube poem, "Weather Report", with colour photography by Emiliano Moro. For her story that was shortlisted for the Bridport Prize, you can click on the link below.
Wondering what special gift you might give to someone who writes or wants to? Why not give a place on one of the 8 writing courses on offer in 2011? There are a wide variety of workshops for all levels of ability, from beginners to published authors.
Anne Aylor's creative writing courses are easily accessible for anyone in Central London. Usually held in the King's Cross area they are within easy reach of Russell Square, Camden, Islington, Bloomsbury, Euston and Holborn. She also holds writing breaks in Portgual and Spain.
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