Post-truth and citizenship: read your work at the Word Factory
Here’s your chance to read your own work at a Word Factory event on Wednesday June 7, at Waterstones Piccadilly.
We’re looking for short stories of up to 2,000 words, which respond creatively to this year’s Word Factory manifesto:
Nationality, identity and belonging are among the most powerful and divisive concepts of our times. They also lie close to the heart of our humanity. How do writers respond truthfully in an increasingly fictionalised world? What can authors learn from each other in the “post-truth” world? And what can writers from diverse cultures offer each other and contemporary literature?
Entry deadline: 23:59 on Wednesday 26 April, 2017. Email entries to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Citizen short story” as the subject line.
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