Thursday, 14 November 2013

Norwich, World City of Literature

From the Writers' Centre Norwich:

Look, look! Brand new 'Welcome to Norwich' signs, which declare that Norwich is a UNESCO City of Literature! And our logo too!

It's National Short Story Week and we suggest you celebrate by booking onto one of our brand new short story workshops.

If you'd like to devote a weekend to honing your short story crafting, then we recommend our workshop with Dave Pescod:

Or if you fancy spending the day exploring the art of the short story, and developing your own writing, then take a look at our workshop led by Philip Langeskov:

This month's e-news is dedicated to all those writers that want to take a leap forward.

Free Reads is go. If you're a writer based in the East of England, then you can apply to have your writing critiqued by The Literary Consultancy - for free!

Our new season of workshops led by award-winning writers such as George Szirtes, Tobias Hill and Helen Mort is open for bookings.

TLC Free Reads

Application deadline: 5pm Friday 29th November 2013

Are you a serious writer living in the East of England wanting to progress? Or do you know someone who is? Make sure you/they make the most of TLC Free Reads. With a successful application, we can offer you the opportunity to have your work read and reported back on by a professional writer from The Literary Consultancy. Yes, for free!

Get more information and apply online

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