Helen Cox is a UK author. She made her on-screen debut in The Krankies in 1990. Given the choice, her Mastermind topic would be Grease 2 and when someone asks her if she is a god she says 'yes.' Oh, you want to know about her books? Best click some of the links below.
Three days a week I have the privilege of coordinating in the writing department at City Lit, – a charitable London-based institution which runs courses on just about every subject you can think of at accessible prices.
My teaching there centres around writing and literature. My upcoming courses and workshops are listed below. It would be a pleasure to meet you in the classroom.
Journal Inspiration: creative approaches to writing about your life. (Sold out). This inspiring, weekend workshop encourages students to explore a range of techniques and prompts in order to find an approach to life writing that suits them.
Staying sane in the world of writing. Learn how to turn your setbacks into comebacks on this course designed to help budding authors navigate the often lonely and frustrating world of writing.
American Science Fiction and Society. This course examines North American literature from the science-fiction genre, written in the 1980s, that addresses issues of race, gender, violence and power. Includes Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, Kindred, by Octavia Butler and selected short fiction from the period.
Self-publishing: the whole story. Self-publishing your book allows you to keep full creative control of your project. But what does a writer need to consider when taking the giant leap of publishing their own book? This course is designed for students who already have already planned a self-publishing project (fiction or non-fiction) and are looking for guidance on the writing, editing and marketing of their book.
Advanced Critical Workshop. This interactive course is a supportive but rigorous workshop for experienced writers, ideal for those who have completed beginner or intermediate fiction writing courses. Students’ work will be discussed and critiqued in groups. Students will also receive regular feedback from the tutor on their writing and benefit from an in-depth exploration of approaches to writing and revising fiction. All forms of fiction writing – long or short – are supported on this course.