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Bham Lit Fest Workshop: Memoir and Autobiographical Writing (SOLD OUT)

Sunday 29th April, 10:30am – 12:30pm Curzon Building, Birmingham City University £20 / £16 THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT. Tickets and more information here. Autobiography and memoir are two of the most widely read and fastest-evolving forms of literature. From confessional letters and diary entries to prize-winning non-fiction and celebrity tell-alls, these genres of literature […]

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SOLD OUT BLF Workshop: How to be a Poet Surgeries

THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT Saturday 28th April, 12 x 30 min sessions 10:00am – 3:00pm Venue TBA (Central Birmingham) £30 / £15 Tickets and information can be found here. How to be a Poet is a 21st century guide to writing by poet Jo Bell and publisher and poet Jane Commane. Aimed at […]

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Birmingham Literature Festival Workshop: Screenwriting

Saturday 28th April, 10:00am – 12:00pm  Venue TBA (Central Birmingham)  £20 / £16 Tickets and more information here. Screenwriter Mick Ford (The Boy with the Topknot, William and Mary and Single Father with David Tennant) will discuss and explore where to start with screenwriting and how to structure, write and craft a compelling story. Mick will […]

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The National Writers’ Conference

Bramall Music Building, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT 9.30am registration (for a 10am start) – 4pm £50 / £45 (concessions & WWM Friends), includes buffet lunch,  tea and coffee Booking has ended. We may still be able to arrange tickets without lunch- please contact emma@writingwestimidlands.org or caroline@writingwestmidlands.org: 0121 246 2792 Writing West Midlands […]

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Haiku Exchange

Free, Wednesdays 4, 11 & 18 May 4 – 7pm and Saturdays 7, 14 & 21 May 11am – 5pm Take part in a haiku exchange in the stunning Vault, hidden in the bowels of the 1930’s grade II listed Municipal Bank building on Broad Street, as part of International Dance Festival Birmingham. Simply drop […]

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The Poetry Parlour Event Series

£4 Nine Arches Press, the Emma Press and the West Midlands Readers’ Network present a series of poetry evenings at Waterstones, supported by Writing West Midlands.   The May event features special guest poet Julia Webb. Join us for an evening of poetry with open-mic slots as well as the main poet.   Bird Sisters, […]

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Haiku Exchange

Free, Wednesdays 4, 11 & 18 May 4 – 7pm and Saturdays 7, 14 & 21 May 11am – 5pm Take part in a haiku exchange in the stunning Vault, hidden in the bowels of the 1930’s grade II listed Municipal Bank building on Broad Street, as part of International Dance Festival Birmingham. Simply drop […]

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Haiku Exchange

Free, Wednesdays 4, 11 & 18 May 4 – 7pm and Saturdays 7, 14 & 21 May 11am – 5pm Take part in a haiku exchange in the stunning Vault, hidden in the bowels of the 1930’s grade II listed Municipal Bank building on Broad Street, as part of International Dance Festival Birmingham. Simply drop […]

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Haiku Exchange

Free, Wednesdays 4, 11 & 18 May 4 – 7pm and Saturdays 7, 14 & 21 May 11am – 5pm Take part in a haiku exchange in the stunning Vault, hidden in the bowels of the 1930’s grade II listed Municipal Bank building on Broad Street, as part of International Dance Festival Birmingham. Simply drop […]

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European Literature Night

£3 In the run-up to the EU Referendum we’re delighted to be taking part in the European Literature Festival, a month-long celebration of literature from the continent in the UK, with more than 60 writers and poets taking part from 27 April – 6 June.   Come and hear readings and conversation from Danish novelist […]

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