Please note that the information given here relates to a previous event.
You can visit our NAWGFest main page for the latest information.
↑ Festival Information
On the weekend after the August Bank Holiday, like-minded writers with a broad spectrum of abilities, get together for an exceptional weekend, focussed on improving their writing.
The festival provides:
- Opportunities to network with writers, agents & publishers.
- Workshops run by professional tutors, to improve your writing.
- All meals, including our annual Gala Dinner – a highly entertaining evening.
- Awards ceremony for competition prize winners.
There's more general information about the festival on the main page.
↑ Report & Photos
↑ Festival Dates
The full schedule is given in the brochure, but the dates were:
Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th September 2016.
You can also view the festival timetable here on the website.
↑ Festival Venue
Following the success of previous years, this year's festival was once again held at the University of Warwick.
↑ Workshops and Talks
The workshops and talks are listed in our festival brochure and here on the website.
In addition to the main workshops and lectures, there were a wide variety of additional activities to take part in. Details are shown here on the website and in our brochure.
↑ Tutors and Speakers
Here's a quick list of our tutors and speakers for 2016.
- Gervase Phinn
- Della Galton
- Stephen Booth
- Steve Bowkett
- Adam Strickson
- Marvin Close
- Stuart Gibbon
- Joyce Worsfold
Full details are here and in the brochure.
↑ Gala Dinner & Awards Ceremony
One of the highlights of the festival, was the Gala Dinner on Saturday evening. You can see some photographs from last year's dinner in Pam's write-up. This was followed by the Awards Ceremony, where the winners of the 2016 NAWG members' competitions were announced.
This year, Professor Gervase Phinn entertained us with an after-dinner talk.
↑ Festival Prices
For full details on festival prices, please click here.
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