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Creative Writing Day Soiree

An evening of fiction, memoir and poetry readings done by English and Creative Writing students to celebrate Creative Writing Day (Dec 13th). 

Posted: 5 December 2011

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Creative Writing Day Soiree

The Creative Writing Soiree is an evening of fiction, memoir and poetry readings done by English and Creative Writing students to celebrate Creative Writing Day (Dec 13th). The evening also sees the announcement of the winners of the third annual Writing Competition, with publication in the Creative Writing online magazine, ‘Roehampton Writes’, as well as prizes for Editor's Choice, Best Reading and Best Outfit of the night. This event is open to all affiliated with University of Roehampton.

Tickets are available here for £3/£2.50 for English and Creative Writing students. Tickets will also be available at the door the evening of the event, but it is suggested that you purchase them in advance and bring your email receipts as confirmation.

The night will begin at 7:30pm in Digby Stuart Convent Chapel and Parlour. This year's competition is presently being judged by staff/student Editorial Team. This year has seen the most entries than any previous (over 100), and it is sure to be an amazing evening of entertainment, fun and appreciating the written word.

 

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