Writer Development 1:1 | £49
Take stock of your development as a writer with our Director, Paul Bradley. Get new insights into the possibilities for your writing and develop some achievable plans to help you achieve your goals. For writers at all levels. Partial bursaries available.
Time & Location
About the Event
About the 1:1 with Paul Bradley
You can book your 1:1 for daytime or evenings.
After booking here, Paul will contact you to arrange a mutually convenient date and time for the 1:1.
He will then send you the zoom invite.
He will also send you a pre-1:1 questionnaire to complete and send back to him, this will help focus the session.
He would also a request a sample of your writing.
The 1:1 will be scheduled for 60mins.
Paul will guide you through a close look at your writing journey so far, your writing, how you want to develop as a writer, what opportunties there might be for you and what actions might help you get where you want to get to. He will also look at any specific questions or themes you want to focus on.
After the session Paul will provide you with a written summary including links to any further imformation and support. Further follow-up 1:1s or specific support sessions can be arranged for an additional fee.
If you want to explore the possibility of a 1:1 Mentorship with an associate writer of Out on the Page, please email email@example.com and we will see what we can do.
About Paul Bradley (he/him)
Paul founded Out on the Page in 2018 and is its Director. He identifies as a cis gay man. He has facilitated many in-person and online writing events. He wrote the successful bids for Arts Council Funding. He has been holding writer development 1:1s for the last three years with LGBTQ+ writers from the UK and worldwide.
He has built an enviable knowledge base and network of contacts very much focussed on LGBTQ+ emerging writer development. He has links with agents, publishers, editors and others in the literature industry as well as with each of the regional writing agencies in England and The British Council internationally.
He also brings 15+years of coaching experience from the voluntary/charity sector, a Diploma in Careers Guidance, and, a Certificate in Counselling.
He writes under the name Sam Jenks and has published short stories and art books.
Partial bursaries might be available for writers who would otherwise be unable to afford to take part. If you want to explore the possibility of a part-bursary please email Paul here: firstname.lastname@example.org£49.00