Jonathan Meades is the first wordsmith invited to the new Manchester Writing series at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation. Having written widely both for the page and the screen on topics from architecture to ales, Meades is well placed to offer his advice to budding pen wielders at all stages of literary gestation. His CV spans The Times, the BBC and an enviable collection of fiction, written both as short story anthologies and stand alone novels, including several awards nominations en route. The venue, in collaboration with MMU’s Writing School, is offering tickets for free – but make sure you reserve your place via the Eventbrite link below.

Thu 11 Feb, International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Chorlton Mill, Cambridge Street, Manchester, M1 5BY, 7pm, FREE,

Thu 11 Feb
Ian Pennington
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Thu 28 Jan 2016