Any writer in English, above the age of 18 is welcome to join the workshops. There is no upper limit.
Our creative writing workshops are targeted at the technologically savvy software professionals, students who want to write a book before they are 25, talented homemakers, retired persons who want to keep themselves busy with a writing project full of their experiences that can aid society.
You should join the writing workshop if you:
Like writing fiction that includes and is beyond:
Like writing creative non-fiction that includes and is not restricted to:
Like writing poetry
Fancy yourself to be a Booker/Pulitzer Prize winner in waiting
Are a published author
Are hoping to get published some day
Are a blogger
Are hoping to begin a blog
Are a secret writer with copious amounts of your work hidden in files on your computer or stored away in dusty diaries?
Want to bring in some discipline about your writing and sharpen your craft
Are keen on sharing your writing experiences with other writers
A subject-matter expert who wants to contribute articles to newspapers and journals
3. Submit a 700-1500 word article or poem depending on the course you enrol for. Example: You will submit a poem for BWW Poetry and any creative sample for the BWW Classic.
4. Your article needs to be original and written in English, and must adhere to the course requirements.
5. Your entries will be screened through a grading system where 10 is the highest score. Grading parameters include creative ability and language skills. We will not be able to share feedback on the samples provided.
6. Writers who score between 7 and 10 will then be allowed to register for the workshop.
7. Writers who score between 4 and 6 will need to work on their grammar and language abilities and reapply in three months.
8. Once you are selected, details of the course will be emailed to you.
10. Always have fun!