I am thrilled to be able to say that I will be at the PowWow Festival of Writing this Sunday. If you don’t know what Pow Wow is, here’s the lowdown from the PowWow website:
The PowWow Festival of Writing brings industry experts, experienced authors and inspiring debate to one of the friendliest events for writers. We’ll be back at the Prince of Wales pub in Moseley, Birmingham on the 24th of April 2016.
You can book tickets here.
And here’s the line-up, which I am sure you will agree looks all kinds of ace:
12:00 What do short story editors look for? Panel discussion with editors from Ambit, the Lampeter Review and Streetcake
13:00 Rob Cowen on nature writing and memoir
13:45 Lunch break
Throughout the afternoon – readings of short fiction from Dan Powell
14:45 BBC Writers Room – scripts and submissions
15:45 Can you teach creative writing? – debate between creative writing tutor, David Savill, and former tutor, Georgina Bruce
16:30 Tea break
17:00 Courttia Newland – playwright, literary activist and ‘one of Britain’s most important black novelists’
18:00 Ros Barber, an award-winning novelist, poet and authority on Shakespeare
The festival will run from noon through until 7pm on the 24th April 2016.
I will be getting down there for kick off so be sure to say hello if you’re about. Looking forward to sharing some old stories, some new stories and a couple in-between on the day.