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Dates For Your 2018 Diary

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The September 2017 6×6 subs window is open, and of course we have the December 2017 6×6 after that, but as autumn and the end of the year approaches we thought we should give you plenty of time to get those 6X6 dates for 2018 into your calendar.

Our upcoming dates are as follows (stc):
7pm on march 13th
7pm on June 12th
7pm on Sept 11th
7pm on Dec 11th

Are you launching and/or publishing a book at some point during 2018?  Will you find that you have received an award or prize for writing a story, novel or play at some point through the coming season? Or do you want to showcase your words to an appreciative audience? Whatever it is that spurs you on just drop us a line.

Our aim is to bring the writing being produced througout the region to the readers who are always hungry for more!

See our guidelines for details on upcoming deadlines and how to be a 6×6 reader!

 

 

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Deadline for Writers for Sept. 2017

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The deadline for submitting a piece to our September 6×6 event is 20th August 2017.

So get writing!

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Happy Christmas!

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Happy Christmas, Good Yule, Happy Hanukkah and all seasons greetings!
Good reading and good writing and see you all in 2017!

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Featured Writers for Winter (2)

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In addition to J M Moore and Steph Hutton the Winter 6X6 on 6th December also features :

June Palmer
June is a poet who also writes short stories and fiction. June was recently one of six joint winners in a national writing competition “Write Science” sponsored by Stella Duffy OBE, and judged by a panel of writers including Val McDermid. June performed her winning poem “Listening to Jupiter” on Six Towns Radio and at the Josiah Wedgwood Institute. June is also much engaged in helping run a writers group in Stoke on Trent, City Voices Creative Writers.

Liz Kay
Liz has been writing  for around two years , taking inspiration from her work as well as finding beauty in ordinary things.

Debbi Voisey
Published in the Bath Short Story Award Anthology 2015, in National Flash Fiction Day Anthology 2016, and on Storgy.com (pronounced like orgy!!!).  Debbie won Sentinel and Staffs University “Too Write” short story competition in conjunction with the Stoke on Trent Hot Air Literary Festival 2016.  She is  Vice Chair of City Voices Stoke Creative Writers Group.

Julia Hudson
A  writer and poet of many years standing and stalwart of the Newcastle Library writing group.

 

Entry is free – starts at 7pm prompt – come and hear local writers and buy their books!

Winter 6X6

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We are on the last leg in choosing our six readers for the 6th December. It is always a tough job with a wonderful array of pieces to choose fro and we have whittled it down to ten potentials!

Watch this space for our final list later this week!

Winter Is Approaching!

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6X6 is a fiction cafe event where readers can connect with new and exciting writers in our region!
You free tickets are available direct from City Central Library.

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For writers: We have several submissions already for the Winter 6X6 event so get your skates on!  Deadline is 14th November. This is your chance to showcase work to our wonderful reading audience!

Books

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One of the major reasons why 6X6 was instigated was to give local authors the chance to show what they can do, and to highlight what they have already achieved – which means that there will be books by some of our readers for sale, so do remember to bring your wallets and support our regional talent.cropped-book3.jpg