The Birmingham School of Art are running three events in aid of Crisis this April
The Birmingham School of Art are running three events in aid of Crisis this April.
The first event - Writing Untold Stories - sees Kit de Waal (My Name is Leon) in conversation with poet and publisher Naush Sabah and Nathalie Olah about writing from communities that have been historically under-represented in mainstream publishing. The event takes place on the 7th April.
Next up, on the 14th of April, is Writing the City in which the bestselling Annie Murray talks with Carolyn Kirby about how Birmingham appears in historical fiction.
Lastly, on 21st April, Jim Crace will be in conversation with fellow novelist and former Birmingham student CD Rose.
The events are taking place at Birmingham's School of Art and tickets are available from eventbrite.