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North West Literary Arts Newsletter

In this month’s edition of North West Literary Arts news letter, we share insights into February’s theme for Stories at the Storey. We also discuss upcoming projects and opportunities to collaborate and share our call for an unpaid board member to join us. These are exciting times and we want to grow our team, our services, and our expertise.

We are also calling on you to get involved by telling us what sort of projects you would like us to create, deliver, collaborate on, or lead.

Read this month’s issue here: North West Literary Arts February Newsletter

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North West Literary Arts December/January Edition

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

November Newsletter

There’s a chill in the air, it’s getting dark early, and words are dropping like leaves. You know what that means! It’s time for the North West Literary Arts November Newsletter.

This month we are talking about the launch of the Northern Writers’ Award, reflecting on last month’s theme, and introducing this month’s.

We are ready to launch a podcast. Want to get involved? Get in touch.

October’s Newsletter

The North West Literary Arts Newsletter October 2017 features stories about upcoming and future collaborations and support, this month’s theme and an early peek at next month’s theme.

As always, we invite you to get involved.

How?

We love talking to people. Join us for pre-Stories drinks at The Print Room, 6:30 PM on event nights.

Tweet us, Message us on Facebook, email us, chat with us in Sainsbury’s…well, maybe not that, but we love hearing from people and sharing stories.

Want us to share stories with your group or teach your writing group to write and perform Creative Nonfiction? Let us know.