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Hillsborough: The Truth Book Launch with Phil Scraton

15 April 1989: 96 men, women and children were killed at Sheffield’s Hillsborough Stadium. Hundreds were injured, many more traumatised. Twenty-seven years later an inquest jury concluded they were killed unlawfully - the police were held primarily responsible, the fans exonerated.

Phil Scraton’s seminal book, Hillsborough: The Truth, including three new chapters written since the inquest and the verdicts, details three decades of struggle by bereaved families and survivors leading to the Hillsborough Independent Panel, the quashing of the original inquest verdicts and new investigations into the police. Compelling and harrowing, it draws on personal interviews, thousands of documents and in-depth analyses of all legal proceedings, revealing how the interests of ordinary people are ignored when those in authority sacrifice truth and deny accountability to protect their reputations.

Find out more here. 

What's Your Pride Story?

TUESDAY 26th JULY
Studio 2, 33-45 Parr Street, L1 4JN
7pm. Free Entry



Writing on the Wall’s unique project, What’s Your Pride Story? is a creative writing initiative, in partnership with Liverpool Pride, which aims to uncover new stories from unheard voices within the LGBT community. Come down to Studio 2 and hear the writers fantastic work and buy a copy of their published work! 
 

WoW at Maghull Literary Festival

11am-4pm. Free Entry

King George V Playing Fields, Maghull, L31 7BB

Writing on the Wall are delighted to be hosting a stage at the Mughall Literary Festival on 6th August. The WoW Stage will be hosting Q&As with local authors, a poetry slam and our fantastically futuristic Time Machine, inspiring local authors to get those pens scribbling ideas down. Writing on the Wall and Liverpool John Moores University created a Time Machine to work with schools and young people, inspiring them with time travel to spur their creativity and write short stories....

Guests include children’s author Alan Gibbons
and local poetry royalty Mandy Coe and Levi Tafari

    

Are you a poet or spoken word artist and want to join the Mega Maghull Poetry Slam as part of the Maghull Literary Festival on 6th August?
You could be in with a chance of winning a £50 cash prize! 
 
To sign up and find out more, email info@writingonthewall.org.uk

Contact WoW

Address:  The Kuumba Imani Millennium Centre, 4 Princes Road, Liverpool, L8 1TH
Map: Click Here for our location page

Tel:  0151 703 0020
E-mail: info@writingonthewall.org.uk

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