Fictions of Every Kind: Help Yourself! (Live Lit event, Leeds)

Fictions of Every Kind: Help Yourself! Tuesday 2nd December, Wharf Chambers* Leeds, £3 entry

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Fictions of Every Kind is a quarterly literary social / literary salon event, aimed at giving support and encouragement to anybody engaged in the lonely act of writing. Please come along, make new writer-friends, and join us for an evening of short-story flavoured “edutainment”. Our December event will feature:

LOGISTICIANS ANONYMOUS This award-winning short story by Estonian writer Armin Koomagi will be performed by Greg White. This story was awarded the Friedebert Tuglas Short Story Award in 2006, and was included in the anthology “Best European Fiction 2012.”

SHORT FILMS We will present a programme of short films on the theme ‘Help Yourself!’ from around the world.

As ever, there’ll be a writers’ open mic at which flash fiction, short fiction, true stories, and excerpts of larger work are all welcome. Please keep your contributions at 5 minutes or under, and sign up on the door when you arrive.

To contact us or for more information, please see our Facebook page, or visit the Fictions of Every Kind website.

* Please note: Wharf Chambers is a members club & you must be a member in order to attend an event here. Joining costs £1 and takes a minimum of 48 hours to take effect. See www.wharfchambers.org for more information.

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