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Off The Page 2015

It's back for the second year - Readings, workshops, games and displays for all the family, showcasing the variety offered by the Merseyside Literature Partnership

Off the Page is coordinated by a consortium of venues, organisations and university departments offering a wide range of activity in the region. From community projects to readings by established writers, the day provides a taste of the richness of literature currently available on Merseyside. Come along, join in and find out more about what’s happening - both on and off the page. All events are free, but booking is required for some events. 
3rd October at The Atkinson
Free, events throughout the day

Look through this years MLP's Off The Page 2015 brochure here... 

Writing on the Wall will be hosting two workshops during the day -

Marvel Comic Workshop, Studio, 1pm-2pm
Join the notorious Tim Quinn for an exclusive, hands-on workshop to make your own comic book creation! Tim Quinn: scriptwriter, illustrator and editor for the Beano, The Dandy and Dr Who Magazine, before heading State-side to work for Marvel Comics on the world famous Spider-Man, X-Men and the Incredible Hulk
Free, Booking Advised

What's Your Story? Taster Workshop The Art Box, 2.30pm–4.30pm
Everyone has a story to tell, all you need are the right words. Join WoW for an exciting and exclusive one-off creative writing What’s Your Story? workshop. Professional poet and creative writing teacher, Sarah Maclennan will be sharing his expertise and guiding aspiring writers through the creative process through a range of different writing genres. 
Free, Booking Advised

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Writing on the Wall believe in creativity, community, diversity, artistic excellence and social and economic justice. We are Liverpool’s longest-running writing and literary organisation and festival. We celebrate and inspire creativity and writing in all its forms through inquiry, debate, performance and publishing. Our annual WOWFEST brings together local audiences with the best local, national and international writers, artists and social commentators.