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Opportunities

Development Officer and 2 Writers In Residence – Charles Causley Trust

Charles Causley Trust is looking to appoint to three key roles in support of our exciting new ‘Spark to Flame’ Project: a Development Officer and two Writers in Residence. ‘Spark to…

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Opportunities

Full-time Coordinator and Part-time Project Worker – The Reader Organisation

The Reader Organisation are currently looking for two people to join their Wiltshire team. Full-time Coordinator Duration: One year fixed term Salary: £18,000 per annum Location: Wiltshire We are looking for…

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Finance and Administration Officer

Literature Works is looking for a Financial & Administration Officer to maximise the resources available to deliver our core and project work by providing first rate administrative and financial support…

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News

New Poetry Anthology by Seven Dorset Writers

New Poetry Anthology By Seven Dorset Writers  A collection of new poems by Dorset writers was launched at a Poetry Reading in Swanage, as part of the second Purbeck Literary…

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Opportunities

Head of Marketing (maternity cover) – Theatre Royal Plymouth

Fixed term for up to 12 months (maternity cover) Salary negotiable depending on experience The Theatre Royal Plymouth is the largest and best attended regional producing theatre in the UK…

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Reviews

A Place Called Winter by Patrick Gale

Patrick Gale’s latest book is loosely based on a real life family mystery and with this enticement, he adds all of the ingredients for what we think we are about…

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Resources

Words In Air Poetry App

The Words In Air poetry app has pinpointed one hundred places across the UK and Ireland that have inspired great poetry. From Hampstead (Keats) to Hull (Sean O’Brien). Bodinnick, (David Harsent) to Belfast…

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Grassroots Fund window closing on February 15th 2015 until May 1st 2015

Our Grassroots Funding window is closing on February 15th and will reopen again on May 1st.

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Reviews

The Hog, The Shrew and the Hullaballo by Julia Copus – Review & Competition

The Hog, the Shrew and the Hullabaloo By Julia Copus (Faber, £6.99)   It was night in the village – a still, dark night – and Harry the Hog was…

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The Story Republic project from Kernow Education Arts Partnership

Welcome to the Story Republic A travelling world of words that celebrates the place of story in Cornwall’s culture.​ The Story Republic will be on harbours, boats, hill tops, in…

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2014 Charles Causley Poetry Competition Winners

The Charles Causley Trust is delighted to announce the winners of the 2014 Charles Causley Poetry Competition, in aid of the upkeep and on-going programme of Writing Residencies and Literature events…

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Opportunities

Arvon Writing Courses in Devon

If your New Year’s resolution is to write more but you don’t know how to find the time then it might be worth taking a look at an Arvon writing…

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Announcing our First Page Writing Prize winners 2014!

We are delighted to be able to announce the winners of our First Page Prize 2014 on our brand new website! We received hundreds of entries and our judge, author…

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2014 Highlights: The Opening of Charles Causley’s House

After years of hard work and campaigning, the ribbon was cut by the Trust’s Patron, Sir Andrew Motion, and there followed at the Town Hall a moving celebration of the completion of the House refurbishment…

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Opportunities

The Bath Novel Award

THE BATH NOVEL AWARD 2015 IS OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS UNTIL 31ST MARCH 2015 The Bath Novel Award is looking for novels by unpublished and independently published novelists. Submissions need to be…

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Resources

Top Tips: Working as a Writer in the Digital Age by Sophie Rochester

1. Consider Your Options There are many ways to ‘publish’ today. Writers can take the traditional route, publish directly via Kindle, Kobo, etc and also experiment with bite-size chunks of text on platforms…

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Banish Writers Block
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Writer's Block Bootcamp

£297
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April 6 - May 31
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Fictionfire by the Sea

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