Links




  • A well established advisory service at The Writers’ Ark.

  • Frome Creative Network is a collective for anyone working in the arts and living in this area..

  • I'm Spoken Word Coordinator for the Merlin Theatre. Read about our poetry events here.

  • My home town of Frome is said to be one of the most creative small towns in the UK. If you're in the area, or visiting, check out what's on around the town and at the Merlin Theatre website.

  • Tips for writers and much much more at Kate Harrison’s buzzing website.

  • For exciting opportunities for women writers, check out QFW and Mslexia

  • Help for aspiring writers at the BBC writersroom.

  • Newspapers from England—take your pick.

  • PEN, the international association to support freedom for writers everywhere, puts on regular events.

  • Stepping Out Theatre Company is run by brilliant Bristol playwright Steve Hennessy.

  • Away Publications promotes ’intimate travel’ books and storytelling with a unique flavour.

  • The Poetry Archive has a mission “make poetry accessible, relevant and enjoyable” for everyone.

  • Interested in the slam poetry scene? Farrago explains all.

  • Performance poet and workshop leader Rob Gee promises you a good time, and delivers!

  • Performance poetry at its stand-up satiric best: boy-wonder laureate-elect Luke Wright and World Slam Champion Elvis McGonagall.

  • For something completely different, you’ll find the spirit of southwest writing in the Tallyessin druid site and at the homepage of Lisa Tenzin-Dolma.

  • And check out this publishing venture: Sacred Sight.

  • Rocket Science and more: a great animation site at Evil Genius.

  • Salt Publishing – ‘the world's finest independent literature’ gives tips for writers.

  • Fancy a poem? A great pick at Jeanette Winterson's site here.

  • Poetry Kit lists events and contests from around the world.

  • Spoken/Written Southwest bulletin has opportunities and contacts.

  • Competitions and news for writers at Askaboutwriting.

  • Theatre Bristol 's ambition is to make Bristol the nexus for theatre makers and audiences of new work.

  • Workshops in Bath and Bristol.



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