Congratulations to Pow-Wower Louise Palfreyman, whose story The Jewel of the Orient is published in prestigious online literary journal The View From Here:
Book To The Future is a festival of the written and spoken word at the University of Birmingham from the 24th to the 29th October. There?ll be workshops, readings, lectures and Q&A sessions featuring authors, poets, playwrights and storytellers, including a few who?ll be familiar to PowWow regulars.
On Sunday the 27th October both Andy Killeen and Katharine D?Souza are running events aimed at writers. From 12 until 1pm Andy?s session ?So, you want to write a novel?? will guide you through the process and potential pitfalls. Then, from 1pm until 2, Katharine will look at ?Self-Publishing: the right choice for you and your book?? to answer your questions about self-publishing. Both events are free; you just need to register online for a ticket at the festival website http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/bttf.
The programme has a huge variety of other events including both Andy and Katharine talking about their books, as are Charlie Hill, Richard House and William Gallagher all of whom you may have seen speak at PowWow LitFest in recent years. Best of all, most of the events are free. Check out the programme and we?ll see you there!