With apologies for any cross-posting.
Some of you are familiar with the Royal Literary Fund (RLF) Fellowship scheme that has placed more than 300 professional writers in 120 UK higher education institutions since 1999, providing one-to-one tutorials for students.
You may also know about the RLF Consultant Fellowship scheme that has some 36 Consultant Fellows (CFs) leading writing workshops and other activities across 29 universities in the UK and abroad.
To strengthen its writing development work across the sector, the RLF has launched two blogs aimed at students and staff. In Top Tips, working writers running workshops in universities offer insights into how to write powerfully and productively, whilst What’s Happening? features reflections from professional writers about the relationship between their creative work and their writing development workshops.
Together, the two blogs provide valuable advice about the writing process together with techniques to help invigorate academic writing practices. Do visit the blogs and recommend them to students, academics, learning developers, writing developers and others looking for sources of inspiration and guidance.
If you’d like to give feedback about the blogs, please contact Cath Senker, who commissions and edits them. If you want to know more about RLF Consultant Fellows, please contact me.
We look forward to hearing from you.
With warm wishes, Trevor
Dr Trevor Day FHEA
Leader of the Royal Literary Fund Consultant Fellows’ Programme http://rlfconsultants.com/consultants/trevor-day/