The LitFest Young Writer anthology, sponsored by Titania, was launched 19 November 2017 at the Titania offices in Barbourne, Worcester.
This book of short stories by young writers aged between 7-17 would be a fab Christmas gift, though acceptable at any time of year! To get your copy of this intriguing anthology, based on the theme “Artificial Intelligence” see below.
If you don’t live in the UK please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make special arrangements and find out costings for P&P to your location.
The 2017 LitFest Flash Fiction Anthology–’Wired’ is now available direct from Black Pear Press.
Note: there is a typo in the first edition of the anthology, Paul Howard’s flash “Delayed Train” on page 25 of Wired was incorrectly attributed to Paul Harris. A genuine error for which we apologise. It will be corrected in subsequent editions.
The launch of ‘Wired’ the Worcestershire LitFest & Fringe flash fiction anthology 2017 at 4pm, Drummonds Bar, The Swan With Two Nicks, 28 New Street, Worcester WR1 2DP—free entry and a great afternoon enjoying readings from the anthology by the flashers themselves…books will be available.
Following Mogs’s fabulous launch events, we’re pleased to offer copies of Poems Your Parents Won’t Like direct from Black Pear Press. A smashing read with wonderful illustrations for children of all ages. Click here.
If you’d like to find out more about Johnny ‘Mogs’ Morris, here’s a link to his website: johnnymogs.co.uk
Two opportunities to hear Mogs read his wonderful poems – 21-22 October, see the flyers for details:
Author and Playwright Mark Billen publishes his second collection of stories.
Mark says ‘You won’t find The Forest, Whytteford, Humbury, Salchester, or any of the villages, on a map.’ His wonderful locations in which When The Gorse Is In Bloom is set.
As a successful playwright, Mark continues to have his plays for children such as ‘Cinderella’s Sisters’ and ‘Bl … Bl.. Bluebeard!’ performed worldwide.
Order your copy of Mark’s second book of short stories direct from Black Pear Press.
Mark’s other works include the stories of Henry and Fred, two teddy bears, and are enjoyed by children everywhere. Mark is very proud that the bears’ hard work has raised over £3500 for Action for Children.