What was your intent in signing up for the BWW? Would you say your intent was met?
To learn the finer points of writing. Yes.
What were your key take-aways from the workshop? Which of the sessions/discussions/topics covered did you find most beneficial to you?
It’s not be going to be easy to get published – but there’s hope , now (after attending BWW). All.
Are there any other topics/methods you would like incorporated in the workshop?
None that I can think of. It’s fine, as is.
How would you rate your Facilitators? Please give specific feedback to both.
Rheea Mukherjee – Very good. Dissected content/style very well.
Bhumika Anand - Very good. Has a very keen editor’s eye.
Would you recommend the workshop to others? How would you rate the BWW, on a scale of 1-10, where 10 is the highest?
Yes. 9 (would have loved to give a 10 – but then if the peak has already been reached, where’s the fun?)
Any other feedback/suggestions for improvement/criticism…
1) Course book could have been better produced. Understand this has now been rectified for the next batch onwards.
2) Weekly assignments could have been better spelt out. Sometimes, there was confusion.