About Literary Chicks
I’m Deany Judd, a freelance writer. I write regularly for The Guardian , The Daily Telegraph and The Daily Express and have written extensively for The Daily Mail, The Sunday Times and the Sunday Herald as well as Hello! Magazine.
Before I became a freelance writer in 1999, I was an English teacher for ten years. Being an avid reader of newspapers and magazines, I always secretly wanted to be a writer. On maternity leave with my third child, I spotted an advert for a two-day course on how to write magazine articles and signed up. Once there, I knew this was what I wanted to do and within a fortnight I had my first article published in The Sunday Times. I was hooked. Not just on writing, but on writing courses.
In the ten years since then what I’ve learned is that many people can write and many people can teach, but it takes real skill to do both successfully. I have since discovered that all sorts of women would like to write about all sorts of things and that there’s a real lack of relevant courses on offer. Enlisting the help of other writers, Literary Chicks was hatched.
I hope that the contemporary and unique courses on offer may well spark a whole new career for you or if you already do write, allow you to explore new directions with your writing.
Click on Courses Available to find out more about how to get started and to meet the tutor who will give you a flavour of what’s in store when you sign up.