On 26th April, PowWow Festival of Writing returns for its fourth year to The Prince of Wales with a programme “that brings you more bang for your book.”
This year, the festival welcomes internationally-acclaimed screenwriter and BAFTA fellow Andrew Davies (House of Cards, A Very Peculiar Practice), author and Salt Publishing editor Nicholas Royle (Best British Short Stories), micro fiction writer David Gaffney, and broadcaster and writer Natalie Haynes.
The packed programme provides festival-goers with a window on the literary world, and includes sessions on screenwriting, how to write a prize-winning short story, fiction for young adults and writing for broadcast.
In a bid to encourage writers of all ages and backgrounds to take part, tickets are just £10, or £5 if you are a student, pensioner or unemployed.
Find out more, and read biogs for all speakers at www.powwowfest.com/2015-festival