Join Jericho Writers

Learn, edit & get published

A club founded by writers, for writers

We are Jericho Writers

In 2004, best-selling author, Harry Bingham, set up a new kind of company offering writers expert editorial assistance. Today, we go above-and-beyond to offer writers everything they need to develop their craft.

We offer everything that serious writers might need:

We’ve seen writers go on to be million-copy-bestsellers, prize-winners and even just ruddy-pleased with their work. And now, we’d really love to be able to help you.

The Jericho Writers Club

The Jericho Writers club offers expert video courses, filmed masterclasses, and interviews with publishers, agents, authors – all under one roof. You can also get one-to-one feedback on your work as a member of Jericho Writers.

Who we are

Our small team is passionate about writing. Two of us are published authors. Several others of us are serious amateur writers. And we all care about books and writing.

More than that: we care about writers. If you’re serious about getting your vision onto the page and into print, we’d love to help you every step of the way.

Why we matter

Why we matter

Jericho Writers was founded by writers, for writers. That ethos hasn’t changed in fifteen years.

We put community at the heart of everything we do.

In fact, we even built an online community just for writers. It’s completely free and it’s called the Jericho Townhouse. We’d love you to join us there.

We believe in high-quality services. 

We are scrupulous in using only the very best editors, tutors and course presenters – and making sure they always adhere to our own high standards.

We want you to join us. 

Whether that’s for a month, or a decade – we want to help you become the writer you were born to be.

Why Jericho?

We’re based in Jericho, a district of Oxford, England. Though our part of town is tiny, it’s rich in literary history.

CS Lewis developed his Narnia stories in a local pub, while his drinking buddy, JRR Tolkien, got to work on Middle Earth.

Thomas Hardy’s Jude the Obscure drank in a pub just down the road from us, while Philip Pullman’s Lyra started her Dark Materials journey from a boatyard on the canal, just a few blocks away.

And of course, we’re writers too – our founder, Harry Bingham, committed a fictional murder right here in Jericho.
We’re writers. We’re Jericho.