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You do not need to register for both nights, just pick your preferred day of the week.Please note, Tuesday evenings are taught by Cherry Potts and Thursday evenings by Amy Prior.
This course is the first building block, and gets you thinking and practicing your writing through short pieces looking at character, dialogue and styles of writing.
Once you have those fundamental skills under your belt, you can specialise with a range of options at Level 1 and Level 2.
You will learn the key elements of fiction writing, particularly in relation to short stories and novels.
Subjects covered include structure, characterisation, dialogue, point of view, narrative voice, style and how to develop, sustain and end a story.
Maybe it’s a novel-in-progress, a poetry collection, a series of short stories or a script.
You’ll choose your tutor who prepares you for sending your writing out into the world.
All of the OCA’s Level 1 (HE4) course units are worth 40 credits each.
If you’re studying towards an Open degree, you’ll need three Level 1 (HE4) course units to gain the necessarry 120 credits to move on to Level 2 (HE5).
For more information on both tutors please scroll down.
This course is ideal preparation for our Short Story Writing and Novel Writing and Longer Works courses.