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Join us at our first-ever online writing festival

This year is a special one for us at the Professional Writing Academy, it’s our 10-year anniversary and we’re celebrating it a little differently…

Georgia Northall
Georgia Northall

The rumours are true! We’re launching our first-ever online writing festival to celebrate our 10-year anniversary.

Join us for a week-long celebration with talks and workshops from the best in the business. We’ve got a plethora of guest speakers lined up for you to enjoy, with events running throughout the day and a digital campus for you to explore.

Set the World to Write Festival will take place 5–9 September.

Christina Bunce, Founding Director of the Professional Writing Academy, says:

“We’re excited to launch this new online festival, giving attendees the chance to hear from and question the best in the business. Each day is themed, with themes covering inspiration, resilience, genre and editing and pitching. We’ve tried to develop a programme that has something for everyone, whether you write for pleasure or business, or are just starting out.”

The best part? It’s all online so there’s no waiting in line, no big crowds to manoeuvre and definitely no time spent sunburnt in a tent.

Spend your week celebrating with us and our fantastic speakers.

Tickets are available now. Individual events are £10 each or you can purchase a full-week pass for £49 to gain unlimited access to as many sessions as you please as well as access to recordings to watch sessions back.

Visit our festival page for more information or browse the sessions on our Eventbrite.

We can’t wait to see you there!

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Georgia Northall

Georgia Northall

Georgia Northall is the Professional Writing Academy’s Marketing Executive.

She completed a degree in Creative Writing from Bath Spa University in 2018 and went on to achieve certification in Digital Marketing.

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