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Writing in the Community - Geoff Jones & The Big Issue

Tutoring writing within the community no matter how big the geographical area is a specialism offered by Geoff Jones, M.A. in Creative Writing. Geoff has been tutoring creative writing classes in the long life learning sections at the University of Warwick & Keele University for the past 8 years. He tutors all ages; teens to senior citizens in poetry, life story writing, the novel, short stories, radio & screen writing, children's stories, memoirs, journals etc.
He has recently taken up a voluntary unpaid post at the Big Issue headquarters in Birmingham where his unique methods are producing amazing results. He is shortly to take up a volunteer's post at St Giles Hospice Lichfield where he will tutor patients in life story writing and poetry. He is also able to offer a writing in schools service from primary through to secondary and sixth form.

He is contactable on 01827 703765 or email: likeatrooper@ntlworld.com and always welcomes enquiries concering the service he offers. Results are guaranteed!
© 2001; Geoff Jones
This work can also be seen on web site: http://www.poetrymine.co.uk
 
 

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