Tag: Wordsmithery

Wordsmithery Writers’ Development Opportunity

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Today is the closing date for a new scheme run by the creative and prolific Medway based literary agency, Wordsmithery. Six local writers are offered the opportunity of mentoring for six months, paid publication and performance opportunities, and a bursary for an exchange trip to Sunderland. Visit the Confluence website now to apply.

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In conversation with Matt Chamberlain

Angel C. Dye asks the questions So the last time we spoke, you were getting all excited for the Vicar’s Picnic festival.  How was that?   It’s a fantastic festival.  They call it the biggest little festival in Kent.  And it’s true; it combined the feel of a big festival with the intimate family atmosphere….

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The ‘Optimistic Sisters’ of Medway: A Q & A with the Medway Soroptimists by Sam Hall


Writer and founder of the 17Percent campaign and Wordsmithery, SAM HALL introduces the Medway Soroptimists on the eve of their 70th birthday. In 2015 this very active local branch of the international voluntary service organisation supported a successful series of writing workshops linked to her play MY MIND IS FREE Tell us about the history of Medway…

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Medway Culture, Design & Tourism Awards 2015 – The Winners!

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The Awards Ceremony for the Medway Culture, Design & Tourism Awards 2015 took place last night, 22 October 2015, at Mid Kent College. There is a full list of winners below.  WOW’s editor, Emma Dewhurst, assesses the night As an attendee and previous winner at the last Medway Culture & Design Awards in 2012 it was…

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