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We're thrilled to welcome Nicholas Royle as our guest for the first Writing Comes Alive event of 2016-2017. This Question Time style Q&A aims to give you a unique insight into modern publishing as Nicholas shares his knowledge and expertise from various perspectives including writer, publisher, editor and competition judge.
Nicholas Royle is the author of seven novels, including Counterparts, Antwerp, Regicide and First Novel, and a short story collection, Mortality. He has won three British Fantasy Awards. He has edited twenty anthologies and is series editor of Best British Short Stories (Salt). A senior lecturer in creative writing at the Manchester Writing School at Manchester Metropolitan University and head judge of the annual Manchester Fiction Prize, he also runs Nightjar Press, publishing signed limited-edition chapbooks, and is an editor at Salt Publishing. His latest publication is In Camera (Negative Press London), a collaboration with artist David Gledhill.
No booking is required and this event is free of charge.
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