The event starts with an appearance from author Jon Gower followed by agent Euan Thorneycroft who will give a talk about the industry and what’s going to happen to publishing in the digital age.
Editors Gwen Davies from New Welsh Review and Fiona Sampson, formerly of Poetry Review will be sharing advice about getting work published in magazines.
T.S. Eliot prize winner, Philip Gross will also read from his latest collection.
Following the Writers’ Day, Fluellen Theatre Company will present extracts from drama by Swansea University MA students, in the second of two ‘Rough Diamonds’ evenings.
Jo Furber, Literature Officer at the Dylan Thomas Centre said “It is an excellent opportunity for all those interested in literature to share advice and opinion about writing and its pleasures and challenges”.
The event is free and is organised by the creative writing departments of Swansea University and University of Wales Trinity St David, Carmarthen.
To reserve your free ticket contact the Dylan Thomas Centre: 01792 463980 or visit http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/