Tagged with Writing

Opportunity: Write West – a new writing prize in the south west, Papatango Theatre Company

Papatango have recently launched a programme of new writing in the South-West running until spring 2020, and it’s all completely free to participants and more details can be found on this link https://papatango.co.uk/writewest/ Working with partners including Literature Works South West, Salisbury Playhouse, Theatre Royal Plymouth and Arts Council South-West, and supported by Bristol Old Vic and … Continue reading

Congratulations to Ruth Behan

Wiltshire Based Ruth Behan’s writing will feature in Common People: an anthology of working class writers. Common People is a collection of essays, poems and pieces of personal memoir, bringing together seventeen well-known writers from working class backgrounds with an equal number of brand new as-yet-unpublished writers from all over the UK. It includes two … Continue reading

Funding: Literature Works Annual Fund 2019

Funding: Literature Works Annual Fund 2019

Literature Works’ Annual Fund is open for applications for 2019. Key dates are: Round 1: 18th January – 1st May 2019, decisions by Friday 17th May 2019 Round 2: 21st July – 2nd December 2019, decisions by Friday 20th December 2019 The Annual Fund widens access to literature and creative writing, particularly amongst people in … Continue reading

Opportunity: Write on Art essay prize

Opportunity: Write on Art essay prize

This annual award has been set up to encourage an interest in art history amongst young people. Art UK and the Paul Mellon Centre hope that this award will underline the importance of the subject as an academic discipline as well as highlighting the broader value of sharing ideas about art through good writing. The institutions … Continue reading

Funding:  Literature Works Annual Fund 2018

Funding: Literature Works Annual Fund 2018

Literature Works are pleased to announce that their Annual Fund is open for applications for 2018. The health and social benefits of engaging with reading and creative writing are proven. For some, access to literature is obvious and easy; for others the benefit remains harder to reach, behind barriers of low income, language, location and social … Continue reading