The King’s College Creative Writing Society provides a home for the university's writers, offering support, feedback, inspiration and companionship. Here are some of the things we do:
We meet twice a week: once to share our writing for group feedback and advice (the Reading Meeting), and once to hang out and write together with prompts and games (the Writing Meeting). No matter what your level of skill in writing, everyone is welcome! Our meetings serve as a friendly, non-judgemental forum in which to develop your abilities - whether you're already an experienced novelist, or you've never written so much as a single short story, please do come along! All you need is an interest in writing, and a desire to hone it.
Our events can range from themed writing challenges to Panels with authors. The aim is to give students writing their own works the means to flex their creative muscles while also learn from those who have already crossed the path they now walk on.
Each year we collect pieces from our members written around a specific theme, editorialise them and self-publish them. Giving any of our members the chance to become published authors.
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