Wednesday, 1 April 2009

Events: Flax launches Preston Writer

Flax, the publishing imprint of Lancaster Litfest will be launching a digital anthology featuring work from Northwest writers in Carnforth train station cafe (setting for that scene in A Brief Encounter, or so I've been told) on Thursday 2nd April (that's tomorrow). Entry is free! Hurrah!

The collection, Unsaid Undone is 'is a punchy, diverse collection of stories that explore the silences in our relationships and the ensuing comfort and discomfort'. Among the fine writers featured in Flax's first anthology for over a year are Annie Clarkson, who we've bagged for Word Soup's second outing in May, and Preston teacher, writer and blogger Andrew Michael Hurley.

Congratulations, guys!

For more information about Lifest's programme of events, seminars and development opportunities for writers in the North West (that's us) click here.

No comments:

Post a Comment