The Journalism Masterclass Series* with Multiple Journalists
Starts: Tues 19 Sept 2017
Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Duration: 8 Weeks
Cost: €250/€230 Members
To be a truly effective journalist you must hone each of a variety of skills into an art form. This comes with both practice and experience as well as the ability to build strong relationships with publications and other freelancers. Incorporating a diverse range of topics from the art of the interview to the future of media, as well as how to take advantage of new emerging platforms, this course offers attendees an exclusive opportunity to engage with those who do it best. Join Madeleine Keane, Sue Leonard, Henry McDonald and others on an eight-week journey into the fascinating world of journalism. These sessions are all seminar based and will be relaxed, informal and fully interactive with plenty of opportunities for you to ask questions and get advice.
How to Access Ideas with SUE LEONARD
Arts Reviews and Features with MADELEINE KEANE
Madeleine Keane is Literary Editor of the Sunday Independent and has been writing about travel for 30 years. She also lectures on travel writing at UCD.
Sue Leonard is a full-time feature writer who has written widely for the national press. She currently writes the ‘Beginners Pluck’ column for the Irish Examiner. She is also a number one bestselling ghostwriter.
Henry McDonald is the author of the critically acclaimed NI Troubles-childhood memoir Colours. He will bring his 25+ years experience of non-fiction writing (including 7 books) and journalism to give industry and publishing advice. Henry is the Ireland Correspondent for The Guardian & The Observer, and has written for a range of publications such as The Spectator and GQ Magazine. www.theguardian.com/profile/henrymcdonald