You are warmly invited to join us for an evening of readings by internationally-acclaimed authors, over a complimentary glass of wine, for the launch of Birmingham City’s University’s new Institute of Creative and Critical Writing. This is a free, public event, held at Birmingham’s Ikon Gallery, on Wednesday, 17th April 2013, 6-9pm.
To celebrate the launch of the Institute of Creative and Critical Writing, the evening will feature readings by its distinguished Fellows: novelist and scriptwriter Helen Cross, dramaturg and theatre practitioner Caroline Jester, author and broadcaster Ian Marchant, poet and novelist Patrick McGuinness, and poet and critic David Morley.
The event will be introduced by the poet, critic, and Director of the Institute, Gregory Leadbetter.
The evening will begin at 6pm with a complimentary wine reception.
This free event features a superb range of writers. Don’t miss it!
The Institute of Creative and Critical Writing exists to cultivate the literary arts and the life of ideas through an exciting calendar of public events.
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