This month’s edition of North West Literary Arts features brief insights into last month’s Stories at the Storey and reflections on our first Lancaster Pub Hub. We also reveal August’s theme and issue a call for volunteers.
Finally, we share our top tips for reading at Stories at the Storey.
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Naomi Kruger and Yvonne Battle-Felton are writers, educators, workshop leaders, trainers, mentors and creative producers. Between the two of us, we have taught in Higher Education, delivered community workshops, developed a radio show, developed a performance platform, interviewed professionals, created events, managed funding, chaired and presented events, managed events, edited, and more.
How can we help you develop your next literature, community, and/or writing project?
North West Literary Arts offers a range of services. Some of our services are:
2. Editorial services: short stories, novel, character development, conflict, narrative
3. Mentoring: balancing writing life
5. Hosting writing workshops
6. Motivation: writing boot camp: 25 includes writing motivation, time, workshop?
7. Teaching: poetry, prose, script writing
8. Arts management: event planning
9. Social media
11. Interviewing and Chairing
13. Event Organization
We are also interested in collaborations and interdisciplinary research.
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.