International Literature Showcase: emerging UK writers

What is the International Literature Showcase?The International Literature Showcase is a partnership between the National Centre for Writing and British Council. It aims to showcase amazing writers based in the UK to programmers, publishers and teachers of literature in English around the world. To do so, we have invited leading writers to each curate a showcase of writing coming out of the UK.Join these free events exploring the impact of the past year and looking to the future of the Literature scene.Recovery & Reimaging the Literature SectorTuesday 22 June, 5 – 6 pm BST. Keynote by Joy Francis, Founder and Executive Director of Words of Colour Productions. More infoInnovative & Enterprise in the Literature SectorNational Centre for Writing, Wednesday 23 June, 5 – 6 pm BST. With Molly Flatt, The Bookseller and FutureBook, Goretti Kyomuhendo, Writer and Director of the African Writers Trust, and Claire Mabey, Co-founder of Verb Wellington. Chaired by Chris Gribble, CEO. More infoKei Miller presents…Exceptional times call for exceptional writersThursday 24 June, 5 – 6 pm BSTThe award-wining poet, essayist and fiction writer introduces his selection of ten unmissable emerging writers working the in UK today. More infoKei Miller's selection of 10 exciting emerging writers will be announced on 19 June. Find out more about the other authors included in the International Literature Showcase. Continue reading at 'British Council global'

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