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E book workshops - for years 7,8 and 9.

Clint's in trouble - again. But this time it's serious. A fight and a funeral later and he's on the run. Can Clint redeem himself... with horse?

Explore creativity, story structure and your own writing in this unique workshop. The Last Big One workshops allows students to explore a work in process, revealing the techniques of story writing and building confidence in their own voices.

Informed by my studies at Cardiff University in The Teaching And Practice of creative writing from Cardiff University (MA Distinction), my workshops are based on a combination of practical experience as a script, story and novel writer and my academic interest in the field of creative writing. With all students, of all abilities, ages and interests, my objective is always to give confidence and encourage participants to explore, experiment and write.


St Teilo's Junior School, Tenby, scriptwriting


Video of Libraries Fortnight event at Abertillary Met

Testimonial from Barry Boys Comprehensive School, 2012 - click here to access the school website.


At the Biggest Book Show On Earth - to celebrate world book day, 2014 - I appeared on stage at the Reardon Smith Theatre in Cardiff with Laura Dockrill, David Melling, Daniel Morden, Angie Sage and Jusitn Somper. What a day - brilliant fun, great to meet everyone and a first reading for the new book 'Steve's Dreams'.

A great trrip to visit Merthyr's libraries: thanks to Merthyr Central, Dowlais, Treharris and Aberfan - a brilliant way to celibrate World Book Day 2014. Thanks in particular to Anne Yates. for the spectacular road trip.

Return workshops in Trerobert School, Ynysybwl and St Oswold's in Pembrokeshire - great to see everyone. Thanks for asking me back!!

Cardiff Children's Literature Festival 2013:
Rugby Zombie intervention - a guided walk through cardiff, with readings and a search for zombies. 

Cardiff Schools: literacy workshops for year 6 pubils in seven of Cardiff's junior schools 2012

Library Opening: workshops and library events at Saundersfoot Junior School to celebrate the opening of the school's new library 2012.

Brimasham College: creative writing workshops for year 6 and 6 pupils at 2012.

Am I A Zombie: Barry Boys Comprehensive School years 7 and 8 - zombies and fiction workshops 2012.

Literacy Fortnight: Two week residency at Narberth Junior School working with years 4,5 and 6 on reading and writing 2012.

Adian Avion:  Workshopping with Blaina Gwent's writiers' squad to create a new sci fi scripts for Ebbw Vales'  Cultural Olympiad project 2012.

Libraries Fortnight - The Metropol - Abertillary - reading, writing and performing workshop for Blainau Gwent boys. November 2011.

Cauldron's and Furnaces - scriptwriting workshops on location at Saint David's Bishop's Palace and at Tasker Milward School and Ysgol Bro Gwuan. Year 7 and 8 writers develop and write their own scripts for performance during the 2012 Cultural Olympiad - summer term 2011.

Every Day I Write a Book - creative writing workshops at St Helen's and Gowerton Primary schools, Swansea. Over six weeks two groups of year 6 boys  write a their own book - spring term 2011.

Radio Torchlight - radio writing workshop for adults in association with The Torch Theatre, Milford 2011,

Script and Prose Writing - for students of Creative Writing at Cardiff University - autumn term 2010.

Read A Million Words Together In Wales - eight - two session workshops enabling children from year 6 to write and perform their own play, - May-June - 2010.


Coleg Glan Hafren, Cardiff - scriptwriting workshop


'Delivering Drama From Scratch'

Students from Cardiff have met the challenge of writing,
performing and recording a podcast drama in one day.
The youngsters aged 16 to 20 from Coleg Glan Hafren
were set the task to mark the 30th anniversary of Roald
Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected TV series.
collective the Podcast Playground invited them to write
a short audio play with twists and turns like those of the
Cardiff-born author.
"This podcast project is the best way
of learning ever!" said Benji Kendell.'




Barry Boys Comprehensive School, Brimsham College, Grangetown Junior School, Landsdown Road Juniors, Saundersfoot Juniors, Bryn Hafod Juniors, St Francis' Juniors, Meadowbank Juniors, Golden Grove Juniors, Narberth Junior School, Holy Name Junior School, Fishguard; Broad Haven Juniors, Broad Haven; Neyland Juniors, Neyland; Johnston Junior School, Johnston; St Teilos Juniors, Tenby; Pembroke Dock Juniors; Marlborogh Road Juniors, Cardiff; Gwaunfarren Junior School, Merthyr Tydfil; All Saint's Church In Wales Juniors, Barry; Hakin Junior School, Hakin; St Mary's RC Juniors, Pembroke Dock; St Helen's Juniors, Swansea; Gowerton Juniors, Swansea; Tasker Milward Comprehensive School, Haverfordwest; Coleg Glan Hafren, Cardiff, Ysgol Bro Gwaun Comprehensive School, Fishguard; Queen Elizabeth's Hospital, Bristol; Monmouthshire Libraries; Blaina Gwent Libraries; Merthyr Libraries; Newport Libraries; Vale of Glamorgan Libraries; Pembrokeshire Libraries; Swansea Libraries; Literature Wales; The Welsh Books Council; Cardiff University, Cadoxton Primary, Pennar Primary, Bryntirion Comprehensive School,

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