Wednesday 19 July
National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall
6pm (doors 5.30pm)
Are you a writer, reader, translator or creative looking to meet new people in the city? Want to have a nose around the historic Dragon Hall? Keen to find a partner for a new project?
Open to anyone who makes, reads and works with words, this monthly drop-in event is an opportunity to grab a drink from the bar, meet people, cook up plans and compare notes, to talk books, and to hear what’s happening in Norwich.
This month you will also have the chance to meet Cottage residents Wayne Rée and Paige Aniyah Morris. Wayne Rée (he/him) is a writer from Singapore. He will spend his residency working on his first novel.
His residency is generously supported by the National Arts Council of Singapore.
Paige Aniyah Morris is a writer and translator from the New Jersey, USA. During her residency, she hopes to make meaningful connections with other members of the global literary community in Norwich and apply the lessons learned to her continued practice as a Black American translator of Korean literature.
This residency is supported by the Literature Translation Institute of Korea.