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We are wrapping up 2017 with a double-issue of North West Literary Arts’ Newsletter. In this issue we talk about becoming a community interest corporation, collaborating at Dusk, this month’s virtual Stories at the Storey, and last month’s theme.
In 2018 we’re launching a podcast and writing classes.
Thanks for reading North West Literary Arts December January edition