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Celebrating Keats in Chichester on St Agnes’ Eve

On Friday 20 Jan, 18.00, Vicars’ Hall, Chichester Cathedral, there will be a free reading of poetry and letters by John Keats by local poets, actors and tutors from University of Chichester. This is a celebration to promote placing Keats’ … Continue reading

An opportunity to WOW with writing for children

Are you ready to wow the crowds with your children’s stories? Then sign up to Worthing WOW’s exciting competition, Writing For Children, running as part of this year’s Worthing World of Words (WOW) Festival 2016. WOW – a non-profit group … Continue reading

Modern Day Fabulist to visit Chichester this National Poetry Day

Chichester Library will welcome Matthew Sweeney, an Irish poet of international standing, to celebrate this year’s National Poetry Day on Thursday 8th October. Described by writer Ruth Padel as “a force for good in British poetry,” the Manchester Review has … Continue reading

Chichester Library presents lashings of literary events for Festival of Chichester 2014…

Festival of Chichester is a celebration of the arts, offering a varied programme of events from 14th June to 13th July, 2014. This year, there is a varied programme of literary and writing events organised by Chichester Library, Waterstones and … Continue reading

Simon Jenner Leads A Celebration of Poetry at Chichester Library

Sussex poet Simon Jenner is set to head the bill at Chichester Library’s A Celebration of Poetry, on Thursday 27th March, 2014. This feast of words and rhythm will incorporate live music and open mic poetry. Highly praised by literary … Continue reading

Events for readers and writers at Chichester Library this April

This month, Chichester Library has two events that will excite readers and writers alike. Not only are they hosting a celebration of World Book Night but they’re also holding a self-publishing talk with Indepenpress. Celebrate World Book Night at Chichester … Continue reading

Though owls aren’t wise, falconry shaped the English language

Those of you who know about Chichester Copywriter’s other creative venture, DillyWorm Crafts, will be aware of Katy’s penchant for owls. This was celebrated by an Owl Experience Day at the English School of Falconry and Birds of Prey Centre … Continue reading

How many literary “greats” have you read?

I saw this posted on a friend’s Facebook page and it raised some interesting questions about our reading choices. The BBC believes most people will have read only 6 of the 100 books listed below. Chichester Copywriter has read 24 … Continue reading

Chichester Copywriter joins the Grantchester Group for tea

Chichester Copywriter travelled to Cambridge this weekend to visit family and while there paid homage to The Orchard Tea Garden at Grantchester where some of the literary greats, such as poet Rupert Brooke, frequented for tea and contemplation. A present … Continue reading

Twitter, a Copywriter’s Paradise?

It has been suggested in the press recently that Twitter is a book lover’s paradise and who can disagree when there’s a gaggle of authors with accounts willing to tell their fans what they’re up to or write posts under … Continue reading