January 2021

The 2021 Wolverhampton Literature Festival has been announced for 12th–14th February – remotely of course – and with its usual list of excellent speakers.

Bridgnorth Writers has been asked to represent local writing groups and our session is on Sunday 14th February @ 12:30.

 

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January 2021

Tuesday 12 January ‘Virtual Voices', 19.30-21.00, with Paul Francis, Martin White, Jood Gough and Emma Purshouse with music from Alex Vann. Hosted by Simon Fletcher of Offa's Press.

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December 2020

Here's a good outlet for flash fiction writers, and it's where Bridgnorth Writers, including Jeff Phelps, Toli Kram, David Bingham and Peter Morford, have previously been published.

 

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December 2020

Here are some poetry competitions to keep you busy in The New Year. Click below for more details.

Ware Poets, closing date 30th April.

Teignmouth Poetry Festival, closing date 31st January.

Acumen, closing date 26th February.

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December 2020

Sharon Ashton and Liz Kershaw are appearing as part of the Moment project at Artwrite.

"The 7th October 2020 was an arbitrary day, selected at random when writers & artists decided to respond through words and images to their own experiences of that day, where ever they happened to be, and whatever they happened to be doing."

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December 2020

Nick Pearson's new book, Barista has receently been launched. 

 

We've heard extracts at recent Bridgnorth Writers meetings, and it's highly recommended.

 

Barista and Nick's previous book, Made in Captivity, are available now from Offa's Press.

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