Tribute by John Owen to Arthur Adlen who died aged 69 and who had just published his book of poetry, Memoirs of a Breck Road Buck & other poems.
The UK’s largest publisher, Penguin Random House UK, is looking for new and underrepresented writers from Liverpool and the North West to apply to its WriteNow programme.
Passengers on board Arriva buses were treated to stories on the bus throughout May in support of National Share-A-Story Month.
Writing on the Wall, Liverpool’s longest running writing & literary organisation, announce their 19th annual festival programme, WoWFest 2018 – Crossing Borders, taking place throughout May 2018.
Liverpool-based poet and writer’s new original writing piece, In the Millennial Dome, previews at Liverpool Fringe.
Coming to the The Casa on Monday 8th May is Gerry Potter’s ‘The Sons of Liverpool’, a theatre-verse exploration of birth, life and death.
Sandra Gibson writes the third in a series of articles on her love of books, visiting Liverpool Artists Book Fair and looking at Book Art.
Shameful, a poem written by Ted Seagrave about homelessness.
Sandra Gibson writes the second in a series of articles on her love of books, looking at illuminated books produced in Europe in the Middle Ages.
Bibliophile Sandra Gibson writes the first in a series of articles on her love of books, this time looking at The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon.
Liverpool Scriptshop is a new project which offers writers the chance to have their work read and discussed at a public reading, with Arthur Adlen’s play “The Peggy” being read at the meeting on Tuesday 30th August.
“How to Murder Your Spouse and Get Away With It” is the intriguing title of the thrilling talk popular crime writer Ian D Jackson will be giving at Write Blend, Waterloo.
Join Open Eye Gallery’s writer in residence Pauline Rowe, American poet and activist Juliana Spahr, and poets Sean Bonney and Ruby Robinson to explore Poetry and Protest.
Launch of the book “The Hammer Blow – How 10 women disarmed a warplane” on Thursday 9th June at 6pm at News from Nowhere Bookshop.
Interview with Birkenhead author, Nathan O’Hagan, whose novel The World Is (Not) A Cold Dead Place has recently been published.
A poem inspired by this beautifully evocative sketch, gifted to me by local artist Felicity Wren, and in celebration of the old dock road, Liverpool’s Regent Road, reflecting on what remains of its past, as it is rapidly swallowed up.
Natalie Romero previews the new open mic night for poets and spoken word artists starting at Jacaranda Records on Wednesday 13th January.