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WoW Fest 2015: American Dreams

Introducing ‘American Dreams’, WoW’s Star Spangled programme of spoken word, theatre, film, discussion and debate. From Wall Street to Water Street, Liverpool’s literary links to America, and specifically New York, are mapped out and explored in a celebration featuring New York/US based writers, Innovative Theatre and bang up to the moment Spoken Word artists. Join WoW on a transatlantic journey through the wild, strange frenzy of the shared maritime history of these two iconic port cities.

Don’t miss our usual eclectic mix of high quality writers and artists in a range of events dealing with RACE AND FOOTBALL, FEMINISM AND ECONOMICS, GOVERNMENT BY DECEIT, LIFE IN GAZA, WOMEN IN THE MUSIC BUSINESS, AID IN SUDAN & JEWISH IDENTITY AND WRITING.

Our acclaimed PULP IDOL and FLASH FICTION competitions open the way for new writers to get published. 

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Pulp Idol 2015 Now Open!


Pulp Idol is a unique writing competition for novelists. Pulp Idol gets you published. With great success from previous finalists it is an inspiring opportunity for writers. Pulp Idol focuses on supporting new original voices and getting them heard. We provide a platform for up-and-coming writers, helping with exposure to new audiences and providing contacts with key publishers and agents.
 
If you want to be in with a chance of getting your first chapter published and getting to read in front of a major publisher or agent, then you need to enter Pulp Idol 2015. 
 

What's Your Granby Story?

6 week creative project starting 24th March. 
Tuesdays, 6-8pm 
at the Methodist Centre,
Beaconsfield Street, L8 2UU


 
What are your Granby stories and how can the past inform our present and future?

This new FREE project aims to celebrate the heritage of the Granby area and to contribute to its long term redevelopment. This project will explore the role of Granby, and the contribution its residents and businesses have made, in the city and region. This six week project will be led by writer and performer, Curtis Watt and writer and historian, Tony Wailey who together will guide you in telling your story. Come and share your memories and your aspirations for the future. All welcome.
 
 
If you want to take part in this project please call 0151 703 0020 or email info@writingonthewall.org.uk


 

Contact WoW

Address:  The Kuumba Imani Millennium Centre, 4 Princes Road, Liverpool, L8 1TH
Map: Click Here for our location page

Tel:  0151 703 0020
E-mail: info@writingonthewall.org.uk

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