Saturday, 9 June 2012

Womens Tennis Final, Hebden Bridge Arts Festival & Competitions

Just finished watching the Womens Final of the Roland Garros and really enjoyed it.  I think Sharapova was always going to win, but Sara Errani did really fight.  Thank goodness she has the doubles win to console her.

I thought I would list the details of the Hebden Bridge Arts Festival which is on 30 June - 8 July 2012 for anyone who wishes to attend:

Saturday 30 June at Hebden Bridge Library, 7.30pm - Gabi Hinsliff
Sunday 1 July at Hebden Bridge Library, 1pm - Kate Summerscale
Sunday 1 July at Stubbing Way, 8pm - Kate Fox's Poetry Slam
Monday 2 July at Little Theatre, 7.30pm - New Blood: five first-time novellists talk about their journey to publication
Thursday 4 July at Stubbing Way, 8pm - Penned In: true-life crime writers Erwin James and Noel 'the razor' Smith talk about writing their way out of jail
Friday 5 July at St Michael's Church Hall, Mytholmroyd, 8pm - Award winning author Jon McGregor talks about his new short story collection

For full details see

Also found these two writing competitions:

The Ether Sci-fi and Fantasy Writing iPad Contest  Deadline 14 June 2012
Sci-fi and fantasy stories of 3k words or less, see

The Short Story Competition  Deadline 15 September 2012
1-5k words short stories, submit to

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