Tutored Retreat: Fiction Janice Galloway & Kerry Hudson, Guest: Judy Moir

Tutored Retreat: Fiction Janice Galloway & Kerry Hudson, Guest: Judy Moir

Date(s) - Mon 2nd Sep - Sat 7th Sep, 2019
All Day

Moniack Mhor, Kiltarlity, Inverness-shire , IV4 7HT


On this tutored retreat Janice and Kerry will help you focus and test your fiction writing and ideas, helping you to look at craft and content and the relationship between what you want to say and how to successfully express it. It’s also hoped we might be able to share ideas on our own work, the craft of writing in general (is it true writing is ‘a lonely profession’?) and why we choose to do it at all. Suitable for people with some writing experience and/or with a work in progress.


Janice Galloway. From her first novel (The Trick is to Keep Breathing, 1989, now published by Vintage Classics) to her latest (Jellyfish, stories published by Granta in 2017) Janice Galloway has written novels, short stories, memoir, non-fiction and texts for other creatives in other disciplines – the more, the merrier. At present, she lives in Lanarkshire.

Kerry Hudson was born in Aberdeen and is an award-winning novelist. She is currently writing Lowborn, her first work of non-fiction, and a companion column on poverty in the UK for The Pool.

Judy Moir was born in Zimbabwe and moved to Scotland as a student. Since 1981 she has worked in the publishing sector in various capacities: freelance editor, proof-reader, editor and book reviewer, Director of the Scottish Publishers
Association (now Publishing Scotland), lecturer in Publishing at Napier University, Editorial Director of Canongate Books, Editor at Large for Penguin UK, commissioning for Hamish Hamilton and Viking, literary agent. Her areas of expertise are primarily adult non-fiction and literary fiction. Writers she has worked with as editor/agent include James Robertson, Michel Faber, Louise Welsh, Kevin MacNeil, Sue Peebles and many others.


Bernardine Evaristo, who was originally tutoring on this retreat, can no longer attend. Janice Galloway will join us in her stead. 

Please read our Terms & Conditions before booking.
Bursaries are always available, and you also have the option to pay in installments, see How to Book.


This course is now fully booked. Please contact us on info@moniackmhor.org.uk or 01463 741 675 to be added to the waiting list.

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