Creative Writing Courses - The Creative Writer's Workshop
Writing Workshops in Ireland and Online Writing
Welcome to the world of creativity and writing.
Our aim is to facilitate you in the creation of story and deepen your writing abilities in fiction, memoir and autobiographical fiction.
WHO WE ARE
The Creative Writer's Workshop founded in 1991 by Irene Graham is an internationally renowned fiction and memoir writing course using right-brain / left-brain learning techniques.
The Creative Writer's Workshop is approved by the Department of Education & Science in Ireland.
Irene Graham is Author of The Memoir Writing Workbook
WHAT WE DO
Using innovative writing techniques to encourage creativity and imagination, we guide you though the development, structure and creation of story in fiction, memoir and autobiographical fiction.
Our Personal Development Workshop offers creative opportunities to develop personal skills to create, teach, write, communicate and enhance your working life.
Workshops include mythology, music and walking ancient sites on Ireland´s Wild Atlantic Way in the West of Ireland.
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
We cater for new, emerging and advanced writers at every stage of the writing journey. We provide:
Our Personal Development Workshop & Retreat is for Professors/Lecturers in Higher Education/K12/Primary & Secondary Teachers/Film Makers/Artists and Business Personnel
WHERE WE WRITE
- Aran Islands, west coast of Galway
- Doolin, next to the famous Cliffs of Moher
- Bay of Kinsale, Cork
WRITE WITH IRENE ONLINE
Can’t join our workshops in person? Develop, create and write your novel or memoir with us online.
OUR PHILOSOPHYWhen you have a story to tell, commit to writing it well – then publishing is always possible.
COMMENT OF THE MONTH'Irene showed me how to turn around skills I learned in college to analyze literature, into creating literature! It was a total revelation to me and I believe those analytical skills that I developed many years ago impeded, in some odd way, my ability to create fiction. I was always fine with non-fiction, but froze at fiction. Incredible.'
Gail Horton, USA