The programme for a new literature festival showcasing the work of working-class writers has been announced, featuring Paul Mendez, Anita Sethi and Tony Walsh. ... Read more
Joanne Keys has won the Nature Writing Prize for Working Class Writers 2021 with her poem "Birdwatching".
Bristol arts hub and charity Knowle West Media Centre is seeking a writer who identifies as working-class to participate in a mini residency as part of... Read more
Dal Kular, Joanne Key and Jasmine Farndon have been shortlisted for this year's Nature Writing Prize for Working-Class Writers.
ClassFest, a new literature festival showcasing the work of working-class writers, has received £43,000 funding from Arts Council England.
Cornish working-class writer Natasha Carthew is publishing a new collection of prose poetry with Hypatia Publications in 2021.
The artistic director for The Working Class Writers' Festival is issuing a call-out to publishers, agents and booksellers to get involved in next year's event. ... Read more
The Festival for Working Class Writers is being launched in Bristol next year, hoping to shine a spotlight on authors who organiser Natasha Carthew says are... Read more
Authors, publishers and trade professionals are joining together to launch a working class writers’ festival.
Literary Quercus imprint riverrun is publishing the first adult novel by Cornish writer Natasha Carthew, All Rivers Run Free, in March 2018.... Read more