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The Spark: Creative Future Literary Award Winners

Literary collections


by
Victoria Heath (Editor)

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Format: EPUB

File size: 134 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

The Spark contains award winning entries from the first national competition for marginalized and disabled writers – the Creative Future Literary Awards. Exciting and thoughtful flash fiction sits alongside powerful and provoking poetry. Contributions include work by Lemn Sissay, the Literary Awards ceremony host, best selling poet, playwright and broadcaster and Ros Barber, prize-winning author of The Marlowe Papers. Creative Future is a charity that provides training, mentoring and the chance to publish and exhibit to talented people who lack opportunities due to mental health problems, disability, ill health or social circumstance. For more information visit www.creativefuture.org.uk and http://cfliteraryawards.wordpress.com

The Spark contains award winning entries from the first national competition for marginalized and disabled writers – the Creative Future Literary Awards. Exciting and thoughtful flash fiction sits alongside powerful and provoking poetry. Contributions include work by Lemn Sissay, the Literary Awards ceremony host, best selling poet, playwright and broadcaster and Ros Barber, prize-winning author of The Marlowe Papers. Creative Future is a charity that provides training,… (more)

The Spark contains award winning entries from the first national competition for marginalized and disabled writers – the Creative Future Literary Awards. Exciting and thoughtful flash fiction sits alongside powerful and provoking poetry. Contributions include work by Lemn Sissay, the Literary Awards ceremony host, best selling poet, playwright and broadcaster and Ros Barber, prize-winning author of The Marlowe Papers. Creative Future is a charity that provides training, mentoring and the chance to publish and exhibit to talented people who lack opportunities due to mental health problems, disability, ill health or social circumstance. For more information visit www.creativefuture.org.uk and http://cfliteraryawards.wordpress.com

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