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What else has happened...

This post is a day later as usual. I was supposed to be home after another amazing week at the Swanwick Writers' Summer School on Saturday. The one-night-stayover in London became a two-night-one when my flight home on Saturday was cancelled. But that's a different story.

What really counted was #swanwick69. One of the most brilliant and most beneficial Swanwick weeks I've ever experienced. And would you believe it, it was already my 11th.

As I've been toying with the idea of writing a radio drama for a long time, I chose Paul Dodgson's four-part-screenwriting course as my main event for the week. It was fantastic and I went away with lots of insight and inspiration. 

All the other courses I went to were just as brilliant. And the programme was varied, as you can see. Forensics and CSI, Characterisation, Heroes, Journalism (to the "Swanwick Standard") etc. etc. And best of all, as always, meeting friends old and new. Only 51 weeks to go until #swanwick70. 

Can't wait.