About Birmingham Literature Festival
The Birmingham Literature Festival is a project of Writing West Midlands, the literature development agency for the region. We are a charity and an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation.
Taking place every year in October, the Birmingham Literature Festival is a leading festival in the Midlands, showcasing the very best writers, speakers, thinkers, activists and artists from the UK and across the world. We programme and commission a wide range of innovative literature and literature-inspired work, creating unique opportunities for audiences to experience high quality events via our annual festival programmes and associated projects.
We work with a wide range of partners and venues, presenting live events and activities across the city, as well as in digital formats and online.
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Our filmmaker Paul Stringer and podcaster Lucy Ryan spent some time at Birmingham Literature Festival in April 2018, taking you behind the scenes and talking to audiences and speakers.
You can find out more about Writing West Midlands here.
We're on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as @BhamLitFest. All our social media is tagged #BLF18 and we'd love to hear what you think of events or any ideas you have.
You can also subscribe to our mailing list to receive the Festival e-newsletter and to receive our Festival brochure right to your doorstep. To join click here.
The Birmingham Literature Festival Team is:
Jonathan Davidson – Chief Executive
Antonia Beck – Festival Director
Anna Morris - Festival & Projects Assistant
Olivia Chapman – PR and Communications Manager
Emma Boniwell – Learning and Participation Manager
Heddwen Creaney - Operations Assistant
Peggy Long - Finance Manager
For all media enquiries, please email email@example.com or call the office on 0121 246 2770.
If you have an idea for the festival you'd like us to consider, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.