The Windows Project - Information
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WRITING ADVICE DESK NEW VENUE – NEW TIME
Would you like to find out details of publishing opportunities, performance venues, workshops and courses?
You can bring some of your writing - stories, poems, scripts -
for friendly on-the-spot appraisal and advice from established writers.
The popular Writing Advice Desk has moved to Liverpool Central Library, William Brown Street, on the FIRST WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH
at the new user-friendly time of 5.30pm – 7.30pm. Pop in after work or before your evening out!
FREE friendly on-the-spot appraisal and advice or to find out details of publishing opportunities, performance venues, workshops and courses.
The Writing Advice Desk - 5.30 to 7.30pm.
at Liverpool Central Library, William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EW
FIRST WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH
For further information contact THE WINDOWS PROJECT 0771 064 4325
Writers in Schools
Arrange a visit for the autumn 2017 and spring 2018 terms!
Click on this link to see who could come to your school!
Writers working in schools and education
Click here to get a pdf of writers for schools and libraries.
Writers pdf [350K]
Click here to read about the Project's work through writers in schools and libraries.
Poets associated with the Windows Project
represented in the Museum of Liverpool Life
just open on the "waterfront")
- either as portraits or audiovisual displays:
poems from recent workshops in schools
View photos of Window's events in Liverpool cafes, streets, parks and shops
view blacklers window, menu, poetstreets etc
These help files are available as a downloadable file from the Publications page
Windows workshop sheets browser
Off The Page 2014 pdf [1.4m]
for fuller Liverpool programme see
TBP Dying Matters Activities Programme 2014.pdf
Matt Simpson, renowned poet and chairman of the Windows Project - The Guardian
Adrian Mitchell, internationally famous poet, novelist and playwright and patron of the Windows Project. - The Guardian
The Windows Project -Summer Playschemes 2013 - photos
In the schools and community centres of Halewood, on the outskirts of Liverpool, writers
helped local children and adults to write poems ... now the
sculptures by Andrew Small
officially opened by Roger McGough, can be visited at
Halewood Station, Hollies Road, Halewood and in Halewood Park.
For further details contact: |
The Windows Project, MPAC 1-27 Bridport Street, Liverpool L3 5QF
phone 0151 709 3688
or email firstname.lastname@example.org