City Writes is City, University of London’s termly writing event, showcasing the best of City Short Courses writing talent.
Hosted by longstanding short courses tutor, Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone, and into its fourth year, City Writes provides an opportunity for the best new writers from the City Short Courses community to read an extract of their work, sharing the stage with one of our published alumni or tutors reading from their new or award-winning publication.
Our next City Writes event will take place via Zoom on Thursday 1st April.
Headlining at the spring event will be Novel Studio tutor and alumna, Kiare Ladner. Kiare's debut novel, Nightshift (Picador), set in London’s liminal world of nightshift workers, came out last month so and we’re delighted she will be able to join us.
Joining Kiare 'on stage' will be the five competition winners who will all read from their winning entries.
If you can’t wait to sign up to hear Kiare and competition winners read, do register for the free event which will be held on April Fool’s Day – well, it suits the times.
If you want to catch up on the online events you’ve missed, check out the blog for links to videos of the Autumn and Summer events of 2020.
Attendance at City events is subject to our terms and conditions.