Write On Wight
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Prior to the digital Red Funnel Isle of Wight Literary Festival, local authors and those with an island connection were invited to submit a short video talking about their writing and sharing places on the island that inspire or feature in their books. Writers taking up the challenge include George East, Felicity Fair Thompson, Tim Flower, Mary Grand, Glenys Lloyd Williams and Bev Barber, Tim Wander and Dan Williamson. All submissions were entered into a draw to win one day car ferry trips from our title sponsor Red Funnel and book vouchers from Medina Books.
Write On Wight is available to view for FREE. On the date and at the time above access our website and follow the link for the 2020 Red Funnel Isle of Wight Digital Literary Festival.
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