The Untitled writers' salon is returning for its fourth event in April, featuring 10 more underrepresented authors sharing their work in front of an audience.
Launched last year, the series was founded by author Ollie Charles and events producer Nicola Lampard to promote and nurture socio-economically marginalised writers, writers from LGBTQ+ and BAME communities, alongside writers with a disability.
The next one takes place on 2nd April at the Curtain Hotel in Old Street. The line-up features Elizabeth Lovett, Emily Cecil Dennett, Erica Gillingham, Gabrielle Johnson, Ruby Martin, Seren Thomas, Sherise Blackman, Shiri Shah, Soft Punch Poetry and Yvonne Litschel.
Co-founder Ollie Charles said: “We were so pleased by the reception last year for Untitled by writers, audience members and the publishing industry. There are plenty of schemes being put into action to amplify and empower the voices of underrepresented writers, and we are excited that Untitled is doing all it can to share the work of these fantastic writers.”
Free tickets are available at the Untitled website.
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