the amplified author in the local unlibrary
an ifsoflo event organized by if:book www.futureofthebook.org.uk
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 23rd at HORNSEY LIBRARY,
LONDON N8 – FREE!
This is a day of debate and practical workshops for writers, literature development workers, publishers, librararians, teachers and all those interested in how new media is changing the way we read, write, work and belong in our local community.
The conference will be hosted at the The Unlibrary – a new co-working space and writers’ hub in Hornsey Library, North London, where local writers – from the emerging to the bestselling – can learn the skills they need to amplify their words and develop their writing through social networking and new media publishing.
> AWARD WINNING NOVELIST ANDREA LEVY ON WRITING LOCALLY AND GLOBALLY
> WORKSHOPS ON MAKING BOOKS, SELF PUBLISHING, VIDEO, BLOGGING, MULTI PLATFORM AND NEW MEDIA WRITING
> THE POWER OF LOCAL – DEBATE
from street parties and guerilla gardening to collaborative writing
> HOW CAN WRITERS WORK WITH LOCAL SCHOOLS TO ENCOURAGE FUTURE POETS?
The Unlibrary is a collaboration between Haringey Libraries and
if:book, a think and do tank exploring the future of the book in the digital age
THIS EVENT IS FREE
Places are very limited so BOOK NOW at http://unlibrary.eventbrite.com/
Please email chris [at] futureofthebook.org.uk if you want further information