Jan Moran Neil MSt (Cantab) B.Ed. Hons. CSSD (with double distinction).
Masters in Creative Writing from the University of Cambridge.
Performed playwright, published writer, experienced tutor, freelance editor and publisher, actress, director.
Training and Education: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, National Youth Theatre, St. Edmund's College University of Cambridge.
Creative Ink for WritersTermly courses for beginner and experienced writers with assessments included in the fee
Day and evening workshops
One to one consultations
Editing, proof reading, critique and tailor made packages
Press releases and website texts
Data base of writers available for ghosting and contributions
Creative Ink for ActorsOne to one consultations in voice and presentation skills
Data base of actors
Jan reads from her poetry collection
Red Lipstick and Revelations which is to be published early in 2017 by Indigo Dreams Publishing.
She is interviewed by Dermot Fitzpatrick on Marlow FM 97.5
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5 week courses
Tuesdays: Get Inspired - from October 4th
Half term: October 25th
Tuesdays: Get Inspired - from January 10th
Tuesdays: Get Inspired - from April 25th
Half term: May 23rd and May 30th
Assessments, Editing and Proof Reading included in the £170 fee.
10.00am until midday at the Fitzwilliams Centre,
Beaconsfield HP9 2JW
Enrolments taken throughout the year.
Limited to 12 places.
Get that Book Out of You
From June until mid-November 2016 - 1¼ hour one to one consultation
Plus: 3500 word assessment, edit and proof read and 500 word synopsis. This can be handed in before or after the consultation. (Extra wordage can be negotiated.)
Cost: £120 (Further consultations can be booked at the rate of £50 for and hour and a quarter.)
Limited to 8 writers each trimester: January - April / April - June.
Please book through Adult Learning 0845 045 4040
Writing Your Life Story
Wednesday 29th June, 2016
Get that Book Out of You
Saturday 15th October, 2016
Clean Sheets and Write Beginnings:
Saturday 21st January, 2017
Writing for Children
Saturday 29th April, 2017
It's August 1959 and it's blackberry picking time. 'Lollipop' and 'Living Doll' blare out from the juke box: boys wear natty suits, their hair slicked back in Elvis quiffs; girls are dressed in puffed out skirts - all of them with one thing on their minds ... How far do we go to keep a promise?
A back street stabbing changes the lives of five young people forever and promises prove difficult to keep.
Blackberry Promises by Jan Moran Neil is an evocative exploration of teenage sexuality set in an era which invented the teenager.