WOULD YOU LIKE TO IMPROVE YOUR WRITTEN WORK?
Ian Thomson, Royal Literary Fund Fellow, offers tutorials of up to one hour in good, clear academic writing.
Ian will be happy to see you about any matter connected with writing essays, dissertations and PhDs. Issues may include essay titles, how best to structure an argument, and concise writing.
Mainly through one-to-one tutorials lasting from half an hour to an hour.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 11am and 5pm during term time.
Please let him have any written work no later than 10am on the day of the tutorial.
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Ian Thomson is a writer, critic and journalist. His book about Haiti, Bonjour Blanc, was described by the late J.G.Ballard as "hair-raising but hugely entertaining". His subsequent book, Primo Levi: A Life, won the Royal Society of Literature's W.H.Heinemann Award in 2003. His most recent book, The Dead Yard, is an account of contemporary Jamaica. In addition to writing, Ian has edited Articles of Faith: The Collected Tablet Journalism of Graham Greene, and translated the Sicilian writer Leonardo Sciascia into English. He is currently working on a book for Faber & Faber about the Baltic under Soviet occupation.