Join us for a weekend of creative writing

in the delightful Cotswolds market town of Stow-on-the-Wold

from 14 to 16 September 2018






On top of lessons literary, you’ll have the delights of Stow-on-the-Wold

literally on your doorstep.


So join our small group of like-minded writers, all passionate about writing –

and all determined to have a thoroughly Stow weekend.



Over two days in Stow-on-the-Wold, Richard Beynon will lead a creative writing workshop.

He’ll provide short bursts of theory, and then invite participants to write a series of exercises

to which he’ll give full and immediate feedback.


2018 COST: TBC


Includes tuition, two nights accommodation and two breakfasts, one lunch and one supper.


For the other supper we plan to go to a local pub and lunch on Saturday will be in the village

at a place of your choice. These two meals will be for your own account.

Please email us if you’d like to join us for a creative and inspiring Weekend Writing Workshop. We’ll get back to you as soon as we finalise the 2018 details.


Who are we?

All About Writing was founded in 2007 by novelist Jo-Anne Richards,  scriptwriter Richard Beynon and Trish Urquhart. We are passionate about writing and have devised our courses to help communicate that passion – plus the skills that make it all much more than an academic exercise – to others with a similar calling.

Jo-Anne Richards is an internationally published novelist with a PhD in Creative Writing from Wits University. Her first novel, The Innocence of Roast Chicken, was originally published by Headline Review in the UK, and has recently been rereleased as one of the prestigious Picador Africa Classics collection. She ran the Honours programme in Journalism & Media Studies at Wits University for fifteen years.

Richard Beynon is a story consultant and an award-winning film and television scriptwriter with a long and accomplished career. He has written for – or headed the storytelling teams of – many of South Africa’s most popular soaps, dramas and comedies. These include S’gudi snaysi, Going Up, Soul City, Isidingo, Scandal, Rhythm City and Isibaya. He has lectured on writing for film and television at Wits.

Sign up for the Stow-on-the-Wold Weekend Writing Workshop for a creative and stimulating weekend which will make a real and lasting difference to your writing

14 to 16 September 2018

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