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RT @K_RhodesWriter: @WritersCentre Very kind indeed. You've got a super line up this year! I hope to be with you all day and come to the br…
Head to @WoodbridgeLib for an open book club tonight! Discussing the oh-so on topic 'Just Mercy' #BraveNewReads https://t.co/V0UdBf3eNj
Entries for the East Anglian Book Awards have now CLOSED! Thank you and good luck! Let the reading commence... @JarroldsNorwich @EDP24
Discover your next read with this review of Brave New Reads Spill Simmer Falter Wither.
UEA MA student Jo Thompson has just completed a three month internship within the Communications team at Writers' Centre Norwich. Here, she reflects on what she has learnt from the experience.
Our Japanese writer in residence, Mariko Nagai, is halfway through her stay in Norwich UNESCO City of Literature. Below, she describes the voices that have resided with her so far.
We were thrilled to host the first Young Norfolk Poetry Competition awards ceremony on Friday - congratulations to our six finalists for being the top picks from the county!
WCN Associate Director Kate Griffin returns to Myanmar for further discussion on approaches to writing and translation, and how to share these stories with the rest of the world.
Looking for your next read? Take a look at this review of Just Mercy from Readers' Circle member Katheryn.
Events this month
Young Norfolk Poetry Competition and Presentation Evening
Ancestor Tales: Interpreting and Writing Engaging Family Histories’
Self Critique and Editing Prose Fiction with Kerry Young
Meet the Author: Benjamin Johncock (Woodbridge Library)
Writers' Centre Norwich, Dragon Hall Tours.
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