Writers’ Week 2023 – Being a Writer Now
Monday 27 February – Saturday 4 March
We are pleased to announce the return of Writers’ Week for Spring 2023 with the theme ‘Being a Writer Now’. Join us for a week of online events for writers at all stages.
Featuring authors, poets and industry professionals including Bethan Roberts, Roy McFarlane, John McCullough, Colette Snowdon, Elizabeth Chakrabarty, Jon Ransom, Beth Miller, Frances Quinn, Louise Hare – Writers’ Week offers discussions, talks and information sessions on how to navigate our work as writers, what we write about, and the support we need for our writing lives to thrive.
Events can be booked individually or you can book a discounted FULL WEEK TICKET to attend every event.
About Writers’ Week, Spring 2023 – Being a Writer Now
Read more about individual events in the What’s On section of our website.
Writer’s Week is a week of online events for writers at all stages navigating how we work, what we cover, and the support we need for our writing lives to thrive.
A weekly ticket grants you access to all sessions throughout Writers’ Week, including:
My Policeman – From Book to Big Screen with Bethan Roberts (Mon 27 Feb, 7-8pm)
What it Means to be a Poet in the 21st Century (Tues 28 Feb, 7-8pm)
The Challenges of Writing Traumatic Themes (Thurs 2 March, 7-8pm)
Help for Writers (Weds 1 March, 7-8pm) Tickets for this event are free but places must be booked. A full week ticket will book your place on this event.
Who Does What on the Road to Publication (Sat 4 March, 10.30-11.30am)
Writing the Past for the Present (Sat 4 March, 12.30-1.30pm)
Please note, we are unable to refund tickets to this event.