The programme and tickets for the Brighton Book Festival are now LIVE and available for booking! Taking place over three days in June 2022, the
Welcome to the third blog in our new craft of writing blog series! In this series, novelist, poet and short story writer Louise Tondeur shares
New Writing South is delighted to be partnering with Hastings Literary Festival once again this year as both a supporter and a sponsor. As part
Do you live or work in Hastings or have a connection with the Trinity Triangle area? Would you like your writing to be part of an interactive digital trail in Hastings?
New Writing South is delighted to be working with the wonderful team behind High Street Tales, and especially proud to have commissioned Robin Pridy’s marvellous love story to
New Writing South is very pleased indeed to announce that the commission for High Street Tales: Hastings has been awarded to Robin Pridy. New Writing
We’re looking for a socially engaged writer, experienced at working with local communities and arts and culture organisations, to write a short story as part of a nationwide project to celebrate the future of the local high street.
We entered this strange and challenging time just at the point in the project when we were about to starting preparing our 6 satellite performances…
Alinah Azadeh introduces her audio work, ‘We See You Now’ and discusses her writing journey, from visual artist to novelist – and the intersections between identity, writing practice and well-being.
Join us online on Sunday 10 May, 4.00-4.45PM for a Coast is Queer online special at the Big Book Weekend – with Juno Dawson and Patrick Ness, hosted by Katherine Webber.
In this edition of The Inkwell, Vanessa Gebbie shares her tips for stretching the writing muscles… Hi all, I hope you had fun with the