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Missed the book launch? Jigsaw is now available to buy online and paperback soon from Waterstone's and directly from our office is Toxteth Library. This is the third book published from our course, Write to Work. The course is funded by the Liverpool City Region ESF Community Grant.
Missed the finale of our project Rap Vs. Rhyme on Wednesday at Studio 2? You can pre-order your own filmed copy of the event. Featuring exciting performances from C-Two and TL himself and new work from the young participants of the project, this DVD is an absolute steal for £2.99 (exc. postage and packaging).
Our first Enterprise Hub event for 2018 was on Wednesday 24th January at Central Library, and featured acclaimed novelist Tony Schumacher in-conversation with WoW Co-Director Mike Morris. They talked about his latest novel, An Army of One, which concludes his enthralling John Rossett trilogy and Tony's own journey of how he became a writer. There was certainly a buzz for this event. This event was part of Enterprise Hub's Start Up Festival that took place all over the city. There was also a chance to sign up for the next Enterprise Hub drop in session at Writing on the Wall, which focuses on giving creative, business advice.
Missed the book launches for Write to Work's Mosaics and The Last Word last week? Buy your copy of each book by clicking on the covers. You won't regret it! Both books are filled with talent, creativity from new, different and exciting voices.
Mosaics is the first book from Write to Work. The course is funded by the Liverpool City Region ESF Community Grant.
We are delighted to welcome Guardian journalist and author Gary Younge as he reads from and discusses Another Day in the Death of America. Described by Naomi Klein as "Younge's masterwork" it is a powerful, moving and important book on the effect of gun crime on children in the US.
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On Saturday 23 November 2013 ten children were shot dead. The youngest was nine; the oldest was nineteen. They fell in suburbs, hamlets and ghettos. None made the national news. It was just another day in the death of America, where on average seven children and teens are killed by guns daily.
Younge picked this day at random, searched for their families and tells their stories. What emerges is a sobering, searing, portrait of youth and guns in contemporary America. This is a book which will lead the news agenda on publication and leave the reader knocked sideways by its emotional power.
Gary Younge will be in conversation with WoW's very own Madeline Heneghan, Co-director of Writing on the Wall.
Further details: 0151 709 9820