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LISS DTP Writing Clinics February (Online delivery)
1st February - 2nd February
If you have a specific writing issue you would like to discuss, two professional writers, Anne Wilson and Katie Grant, are offering bookable 40-minute one-to-one video consultation. The slots will be allocated at the time of booking and will take place 10:00-16:40. Before your slot, you’ll be asked to email:
- your thesis year and topic
- your particularly writing challenges
- what you would like to discuss in the 1-1
Monday 1 February 10:00-16:40
Tuesday 2 February 10:00-16:40
Anne Wilson has a background in journalism (features) and corporate communication (scripts, speeches, screen media copy), combining her writing with facilitating writing workshops in HE. A Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, she was Royal Literary Fund Fellow at Brunel University for three years, and now runs workshops on academic writing and professional communication for postgraduates and staff at Brunel and other universities. She also coaches students for the 3MT competition (won by Brunel in 2017). She has collaborated with the Brunel Occupational Therapy department to investigate what kind of feedback helps students to improve their academic writing. Current clients include Queen Mary, University of London, University of the Arts and Grand Union DTP.
Katie Grant co-created the Advancing Academic Writing skills website for the University of Glasgow, where she was the Royal Literary Fund Writing Fellow for three years, helping undergraduates, Masters and PhD students with their writing. A columnist, occasional broadcaster, author of ten novels (Sedition, her latest, is published by Virago), chair of the panel of judges for the Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction, an occasional book reviewer for, amongst other publications, the New York Times and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, she runs writing workshops on improving the quality, reach and impact of academic writing for all levels of HE. Long experience of the practical, emotional and organisational challenges of writing for deadlines and for different audiences informs all her workshops. She understands from first-hand the value of getting writing done and getting it done well.