[Course] Science writing summer school, Bristol, 18-22 July 2011, ??630 (or ??550 if booked before 1 April) via @jonWturney

I get all my best material from the psci-com mailing list J

I think this one might be more for established writers who are looking to write a more substantial item like a book, but contact details are below, and on the blog (first link) for you to check how well it would match your interests.

It’s ??630 for the five day course, but if you get your skates on and book before 1 April 2011 you can get an ??80 discount which is rather nice.

Note the tabs near the top of the blog (below the lovely picture) which contain more detailed information.


P.S. Occasionally I run a search for @scicommjobs to see if anyone’s sent it a message (rarely log in as that) but if you need to send a message, best to get me on @JoBrodie

Dear all,

A reminder that we are still looking to sign people up for what we hope will be the first Bristol Science Writing Summer School, later this year. It’s aimed at those with a book, or something else substantial, in mind…

Any posting on you think appropriate much appreciated.

Details here

Jon Turney

Science writer, editor, lecturer.

Author: The Rough Guide to the Future (2010)

blog(s) at



twitter: @jonWturney

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