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New Location, New Speakers & Our Biggest Event to Date…

the word 2014

The Word festival is back and this year it’s bigger than ever.  Previous festivals have had fantastic feedback from all the attendees and it’s become a firm fixture in the diary for many Lancashire writers.
 
The Word is truly unique.  It’s not a literary festival!  It’s a day about writing, created for writers by writers – with some of the best writers from across the county and beyond as guest speakers.
 
The Word festival is non-profit making and all proceeds from ticket sales are used to fund the event.

WHEN’s it being held?

Saturday 20 September 2014 – 9.15am – 5pm.

WHERE?

The Arts Theatre at the New Continental in Preston. South Meadow Lane, Preston, Lancashire PR1 8JP.   Location Map –> http://www.newcontinental.net/find-us

WHO’s booked to speak?

  • Best-selling fantasy writer Joseph Delaney will be sharing the secret of his success and the experience of having one of his 13 novels brought to the big screen by Hollywood.
  • 400,000 downloads and counting! Best-selling thriller writer Conrad Jones will be sharing his self-publishing marketing tips.
  • Micro-fiction,  music  & entertainment from Les Malhearuex (a.k.a. the legendary David Gaffney and Sarah-Clare Conlon).
  • Unthank Books founder Robin Jones will talk about the trials and tribulations of running an independent publishing house.
  • Fresh from his latest adventures around Africa, travel writer Alan Whelan will be telling us about life on a motorbike with just tea, football, and a pen for company.
  • Other writers to be announced…

WHY should I come along?

The Word festival really is the must-go-to event for Lancashire writers.  Guest speakers will be sharing their stories and their experience on the writing process as well as achieving literary success.  So, whether you’re a student, hobby-writer or a seasoned pro – the event really is unmissable.   And tickets are expected to sell out fast. As well as an exciting programme of speakers, there will also be opportunities to buy books, a book swap and plenty of time for networking. Refreshments and lunch are included.

Refreshments

A hot lunch (vegetarian option will be available) plus tea/coffee during the breaks are included in the ticket price.

Sounds great, HOW DO I GET A TICKET?

Tickets are available from EventBrite –> http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-word-festival-2014-tickets-12441702467?aff=eac2 

Be sure to book early as places will be strictly limited and previous events have sold out quickly. 

Tickets cost just £20 and include hot lunch, refreshments and access to all the seminars throughout the day. Bargain!

 

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