Posted on Wednesday 4th September 2013
Taking place over the weekend of 14 and 15 September in Birmingham, PowWow LitFest features a range of workshops and speakers – including a reading from Creative Writing lecturer Richard House.
Aimed at new and aspiring writers, as well as literature enthusiasts, the PowWow annual literature festival plays hosts to a range of workshops and speakers over two days in Moseley, Birmingham.
It begins with programme of writing workshops hosted at the Moseley Exchange on Saturday 14 September, including guidance on writing poetry, flash fiction, self-publishing and writing for children.
This will be followed by a mix of talks and discussions on all matters literary on Sunday 15 September in Moseley’s Prince of Wales pub, with topics including literary prizes, social media for authors and fantasy fiction. Sunday’s agenda also features a reading from Creative Writing lecturer Richard House, whose novel, The Kills, has been longlisted for the Man Booker Prize.
For more information please visit the PowWow LitFest website.