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Myriad Fresh Fictions Festival

Posted at 5:54PM Monday 17 Feb 2014

Tickets are now available for the 2014 First Fictions Festival, co-organised by Myriad Editions and the University of Sussex. This bi-annual boutique literary festival is designed to champion new writing and innovation in fiction and will take place from 11-13 April at West Dean College, near Chichester, the stately home of the late poet, Edward James. The 2014 keynote speakers will be Philippa Gregory, Jackie Kay and Bafta nominee William Nicholson.

For full programme and to book tickets visit the First Fictions website

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