(Or why it’s not a great idea to use your long-awaited sabbatical to write your novel.)
Novelist and campaigner Stella Duffy will speak on her work as the Co-Director of Fun Palaces, the national organisation that campaigns for and supports grassroots engagement with all culture, her work in outreach for the newly-founded Women’s Equality Party and how all of this not-writing work feeds her work as a novelist, short story writer and playwright. More details will be on the BLF website in September.
Fun Palaces is taking place at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre on 3 and 4 October.
The Royal Literary Fund was established in 1790. It provides grants and pensions to writers in financial difficulty and place writers in universities to help students develop their writing.
The REP Suites - 1st Floor
- Address: The REP, Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2EP