Writing Workshops Cape Town

Creative Writing Courses.

Scribacious, adj. given to writing

If you love writing or would love to write, these courses and workshops are crafted to get your ink flowing. The results are likely to intrigue and delight you. Suitable for all levels. All you need is a pen and paper and a will to write the stories you believe should not be forgotten.

Meet Your Course Leader –
Hedi Lampert

I’m a professional writer and editor with over 31 years of experience and a massive portfolio of published work in magazines and newspapers. I am also the author of  a novel, The Trouble With My Aunt. 

Having attended numerous creative writing workshops and completed three online writing courses, I am now ready to share with you, what I believe to be the most effective and exciting of all the lessons I’ve learnt along the way.

I have a BA in English Literature from Wits University.
Other published work includes:  a biography – With My Head Held High – The Mike Greeff Story. My short story, Photographs,  appears in a compilation called Women Flashing.

What participants have to say about the course:

Spending a few hours a week in Hedi’s beautiful home with the aroma of her fresh baked goodies as extra incentive to write our hearts out was just what the doctor ordered. Hedi provides both structure and freedom. She has a wonderful warmth and after just one session had already provided me with fresh insight into my writing process as well as supportive critique. It was an absolute treat and I’m very grateful for time well spent.
Thank you Hedi!
Charisse Louw
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Creative Writing Courses 2019/2020

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Creative flow

For the love of words.
An eight-module creative writing course, thoughtfully crafted and structured to entice the words within to get up and dance across the page!

Writing a book

So, you want to write a book?
Eight modules crafted to get you thinking and acting like the author you’re destined to be. Chapter one of your book starts here…

Single – session workshops 2019/2020

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The Good Ear

Bringing your writing alive with dialogue

To me or not to me

The author’s voice and settling on POV

Rhythm and Rhyme

Poetry and rhyming narrative

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