National Black and Asian Writers Conference

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National Black and Asian Writers Conference 2023 at Hack Oldham, Oldham 18 November 2023 Tickets from £10.00 — Book now

Cultureword’s National Black and Asian Writers Conference is a focal event in the literary calendar celebrating Global Majority creatives and exploring trends and pertinent questions in the industry. The conference provides a unique opportunity for writers of any age and background to learn, debate and network. This year’s conference is taking place at Hack Oldham and will include panels, stalls, performances, interviews, conversations, and a Draft Night. Panels will cover: Oldham’s writing scene and futures, Global Majority LGBTQ+ futures, how Black and Asian writers can respond to environmental challenges & climate change, as well as ‘How to Get Published’ for new and emerging writers. Drop in throughout the day – open to all.

National Black and Asian Writers Conference 2023 at Hack Oldham, Oldham 18 November 2023 Tickets from £10.00 Book now

Where to go near National Black and Asian Writers Conference

Gallery Oldham, in Oldham Cultural Quarter
Gallery Oldham

Gallery Oldham provides a wide range of exhibitions and activities targeted at different audiences of all ages within Oldham and the surrounding area.

The Yoga Seed Oldham
The Yoga Seed Oldham

The Yoga Seed is an intimate studio just outside of Oldham town centre. Run by Sharon it offers small classes including a men only class.

Epic Apart Hotel

The Epic Apart Hotel offers 14 serviced apartments – and is bang-slap in the middle of the Ropewalks district, right behind FACT.

Middleton Arena

The Arena has a regular programme of arts and entertainment including live music, concerts, comedy and dances with stage shows and national tours. With two licensed bars this is the perfect location for a great night out.

Tameside Library

Tameside Library has the library on one floor and the Central Art Gallery above. Sounds a little like an arts centre. It’s all housed in a comfortable and sturdy building.

What's on: Literature

Yellow poster with Weird as Folk written on it
Weird As Folk exhibition at The Portico

The Portico Library’s latest exhibition, Weird As Folk, runs through to November and invites you to explore and reimagine folklore via texts selected from the collection, which includes 100 books of English folklore.

free entry
AJ West
AJ West at Truman Books

Bestselling author AJ West’s latest historical thriller The Betrayal of Thomas True has been described by Stephen Fry as “really very good” and Farsley independent Truman Books is giving you the chance to hear more.

from £8.00

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