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The WoMentoring Project
The WoMentoring Project
The new WoMentoring Project offers guidance and mentoring to female writers.
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European Literature Night 2014
European Literature Night 2014
Celebrate Europe's Finest Literary Talent at the British Library.
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Congratulations to our TLC Free Reads Winners!
Congratulations to our TLC Free Reads Winners!
Meet our TLC Free Reads winners.
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What a Difference a Year Makes- Celebrating the 2012 Escalatees
What a Difference a Year Makes- Celebrating the 2012 Escalatees
Catch up with our Escalator winners and read extracts from their work.
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Escalator Literature Genre Fiction Competition Winners - 2012/13
Escalator Literature Genre Fiction Competition Winners - 2012/13
Meet our ten 2012/13 Escalator Literature Genre Fiction Competition winners.
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How to Approach an Agent- A Guest Blog from Charlie Brotherstone of A.M. Heath
How to Approach an Agent- A Guest Blog from Charlie Brotherstone of A.M. Heath
Are you looking for an agent? Agent Charlie Brotherstone gives you his hints and tips.
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EDP - Jarrold East Anglian Book Awards 2013
EDP - Jarrold East Anglian Book Awards 2013
Celebrate the best in local writing at the EDP - Jarrold East Anglian Book Awards 2013
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Vacancy at Writers' Centre
Vacancy at Writers' Centre
Would you like to work at WCN? We have a vacancy for a  Programme Co-ordinator, to find out more please visit our Job Vacancies page.
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If we stop reading novels then what might we lose? Han Han and the One
If we stop reading novels then what might we lose? Han Han and the One
Reporting from Worlds Literature Festival: is the future of literature short-form?
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Is the Literary Novel Doomed? Finding our own Modernism with Marcel Möring
Is the Literary Novel Doomed? Finding our own Modernism with Marcel Möring
An outline of Marcel Möring's provoking introduction, rousing writers in defence of the literary novel. Podcast included.
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Rachel Lichtenstein's Diamond Street App: Is This The Way Stories Are Going?
Rachel Lichtenstein's Diamond Street App: Is This The Way Stories Are Going?
Peeling back the veil of space and time in a totally new way: what does Rachel Lichtenstein’s groundbreaking new app, Diamond Street, mean for writers? 
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What is the Internet Doing To Writers? Ruth Ozeki and the Trials of Switching Off
What is the Internet Doing To Writers? Ruth Ozeki and the Trials of Switching Off
Is the internet turning us all into cyborg fiction writers with attention deficit disorder? An overview of Ruth Ozeki's fascinating provocation, and a podcast.
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Sjón’s Stories Inhabit the Worlds Literature Festival Salon
Sjón’s Stories Inhabit the Worlds Literature Festival Salon
The ex-Sugarcube, Björk collaborator and fêted writer, Sjón opened the Worlds Literature Festival Salon with a fascinating defence of the ever mutating archetypal story. Read an overview & listen to the podcast.
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Into the Light: The Medieval Hebrew Poetry of Meir of Norwich
Into the Light: The Medieval Hebrew Poetry of Meir of Norwich
Discover the story behind Into the Light: The Medieval Hebrew Poetry of Meir of Norwich and purchase a copy of the book.
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Remember, Remember the Fifth of November...
Remember, Remember the Fifth of November...
WCN celebrates Norwich becoming a UNESCO City of Literature.
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