An utter triumph, dwahlinks. Another term of North London’s finest indie writing course comes to a close.
Next Hothouse writing course starts Thursday May 29th at Emmanuel Church, West Hampstead, NW6.
We laughed, we cried, we hurled, we learned stuff … well, apart from the ‘crying’ and ‘hurling’ bits. The latest Hothouse Project course wrapped last Thursday night and, as ever, yr correspondent learned at least as much from the students as they learned from me. (Or, as I told them, if they enjoyed it half as much as I did, then I enjoyed it twice as much as them.)
The Hothouse Project, as those who’ve checked out the more recondite bits of my site will know, is my 8-week course in Journalism As Craft and Art (held at the Emmanuel Church in West Hampstead under the joint auspices of Aaaargh! Press and Storm Books), and we’re already gearing up for the next one, which kicks off on May 29.
Remember: unlike the myriad classes and courses running under the umbrellas of major publications and educational institutions, The Hothouse Project is the guerilla-stylee, underground-press, 100% indie writing course … about as uncorporate as it gets.
So come sign up, awreddy … we’re ready for you, and I hope you’re ready for me …
The Hothouse Project writing course is an eight-week part-time course of weekly evening classes in West Hampstead, London NW6. Next one starts 7-9pm, Thursday 29th May.