22.5. klo 11- 12.Mukana on eurooppalaisilla kielillä järjestetyt workshopit, suomeksi Risto Niemi-Pynttärin & Juri Joensuun järjestämä foneettista kääntämistä käsittelevä paja, johon on mahdollista osallistua la 22.5. klo 11-12 (ohjelmassa paikallista aikaa 9.00 BST). Neljä ensimmäistä ilmoittautunutta pääsee mukaan ilmaiseksi, loput sen jälkeen alennetulla 5 punnan osallistumismaksulla. Ilmoittautumiset viimeistään torstaina joko tai []

There’s still time to register for one of our Multilingual Workshops. In partnership with EACWP, we are delighted to bring you six multilingual workshops in Czech, Finnish, Spanish, Norwegian, German and French, featuring prestigious workshop leaders from Aleph-Écriture (France), University of Jyväskylä (Finland), Vienna Poetry School (Vienna), The University of Creative Communication (Prague), Norwegian Institute for Children Books and, Escuela de Escritores (Spain).

Please see the attached for more information and full workshop timings.

Booking in advance is essential. If you would like to sign up for a Multilingual Workshop, please click here. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

If you have already signed up to a Multilingual Workshop, further details will be sent to you NEXT WEEK by EACWP. Please keep an eye on your emails.

Also featured at the conference will be ‘A Journey Around Our Rooms’ – presented in partnership with the University of Kent – an interactive, online space for writers to share the spaces in which they write.

Contributors are invited to describe the room in which they work — which may include the spaces of imagination, memory, and association it opens on to. All forms are welcome, and submission of an accompanying image is encouraged. These texts will be published on a University of Kent-hosted webpage, as the beginning of an ongoing collaborative project.

Amy Sackville, the project lead from the University of Kent, will be running a number of sessions across the conference weekend. Please refer to your delegate pack to see how you can get involved.

Please click here to visit the website and read the submissions so far.

Finally, as you may be aware, an Open Mic is a feature of the Friday evening events; this is your chance to share your work with the rest of the conference. It is first-come, first-served and there are limited spaces, so if interested please log into the Open Mic 15 mins prior to the start in order to register your interest (enter into the Chat). The Open Mic host will compile a list of readers from those who have entered their name. Please be aware a strict time limit will be in place on the night and we ask everyone to read for no more than 3 or 4 minutes each (for poets that might be 1 or 2 poems, for prose writers that might be a page or two of prose). We look forward to hearing from you on the night!

If you have any queries at all, please contact artsandhumanitiesevents@uea.

We look forward to welcoming you to the conference.