Festivals

Sep 14, 2012

Smells like community spirit: TiNA and the National Young Writers Festival

Bethanie Blanchard

Writer, critic and Liticism blogger

At the end of September every year, Newcastle is besieged by writers and artists flocking to the city for four days of workshops, performances, panel discussions and the sort of drinking that usually happens when young creative types gather.

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2 thoughts on “Smells like community spirit: TiNA and the National Young Writers Festival

  1. Writing, making, drinking, thinking: Interview with NYWF co-director Pip Smith | NYWF Pressroom 2012

    […] was much controversy last year over Newcastle council’s lack of funding for TiNA and the resulting Pozible campaign. […]

  2. Writing, making, drinking, thinking: Interview with NYWF co-director Pip Smith « National Young Writers' Festival

    […] was much controversy last year over Newcastle council’s lack of funding for TiNA and the resulting Pozible campaign. […]

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