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Like Verse of the Year, this is a competition for members to write a short story up to 250 words.The theme is still to be decided but as always the stories will be read out by a panel of readers and the audience votes for their favourite.
As well as writing, publishing and event organising, hes the genius behind Edge-Lit in Derby.Hes also organising this special evening and the general details are: Alex and two local authors, Stephen Palmer and Gav Thorpe are the main speakers and the event runs from 6.00 pm to 9.30 pm at our usual venue, The Nottingham Mechanics in North Sherwood Street.The evening will be a chance to meet the authors, ask them questions, listen to readings, get advice, buy novels, etc.Full details of the programme will be available soon and if youd like to be kept up to date by e-mail, please let us know via our Contact Form. If youre a member of Nottingham Writers Club, you dont have to pay but you will need to reserve your seat as places are limited.Tickets bought in advance are £5, bought on the night £7 and payment can be made on-line now.Christy Fearn author of 'Framed' joins the Writers' Group to talk about her research for her writing. Christy will be exploring these avenues and describing how she researched her novel 'Framed' about the Luddites.
Research is vital for an author who writes historical novels, but it also presents many challenges: How much research do you need? She will also be reading from her latest project; the sequel to 'Framed' called 'Notorious'.Copies of 'Framed' will be available to buy on the night.Much of the background to this, Michael's latest novel, is centred on Nottingham's first Theatre Royal in St Mary's Gate which, in the century up to 1865, was the town's main place of entertainment.This is Nottingham's "Forgotten Theatre', which existed long before the present Theatre Royal.The novel is set in the 1760s when fortunes were being made by many, including actor / managers, who were building ambitious provincial theatres.But the powerful Puritans regarded such places as Satanic, with players no better than rogues and vagabonds worthy of imprisonment.