Monday, 17 June 2013

Free Worlds Festival Readings on the 18th, 19th and 21st June 2013 at Writers' Centre Norwich

Tues 18th June, 4pm, Norwich Cathedral Hostry, The Weston Room
Weds 19th June, 4pm, Norwich Cathedral Hostry, The Weston Room
Fri 21st June, 4.30-6pm, UEA Drama Studio

Come along to one or all of this series of readings from brilliant international writers; perfect for students, writers, and eager readers. Taking place across three days the events offer fresh writing and inspiration and feature Rozalie Hirs, Rachida Lamrabet, Bejan Matur, Marcel Möring, Neel Mukherjee, Pedro Carmona Alvarez, Michelle de Kretser, Masashi Matsuie, Michael Emmerich, Ruth Ozeki, Tash Aw, Chandrahas Choudhury, Melissa Lucashenko and Zhang Yueran.

For further information please visit Writers' Centre Norwich's website.

Book your free place now to experience new literature and meet new writers.

About the Writers:
Rozalie Hirs is a poet and composer. She has written five collections of poetry, and has had her music performed by the Bozzini Quartet and Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra.
Visit Rozalie’s website.

Rachida Lamrabet is a Moroccan-Belgian writer who has written three novels; all in Dutch. Her writing examines identity and belonging.
Read an article in the Guardian by Rachida.

Bejan Matur is a poet and journalist, who also works as an expert council focussing on conflict resolution. Her poetry has been translated into 24 languages.
Visit Bejan’s website. (Turkish)
Follow Bejan Matur on Twitter @bejanmatur

Marcel Möring is an award-winning playwright and novelist, and has been described as ‘Holland’s most famous writer’. Translations of his work have been published in more than 15 countries.
Visit Marcel’s website. (Dutch)

Neel Mukherjee’s debut novel, A Life Apart, won the Vodafone-Crossword Award and the Writers’ Guild of UK Award for best novel. His second novel The Lives of Others will be published in May 2014.
Visit Neel’s website

Source: Writers' Centre Norwich

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