The latest book from prolific writer and WWB member is now available on Amazon!
‘Ali spezzate’ is the Italian translation of her hugely popular and beautifully crafted collection of poetry, ‘Wings’.
If you know any Italian speakers or are one already, then this is the perfect gift for any occasion throughout the year.
Friday 23rd February 3.30pm at The Unitarian Church in Birmingham
Family and friends are gathering on the afternoon of Friday 23rd February to acknowledge Jo’s passing and to celebrate her life.
The celebration will be taking place at the Unitarian Church in Birmingham where all (including children) will be welcome. This takes place from 3.30pm and will be followed at 5pm with food and music. Please feel free to bring a bottle to enjoy with your food.
Full details of the arrangements can be found from this link where you can also leave a tribute or memory if you would like to –
Joe Skelt Funeral Arrangements
An exciting evening is on the cards with many performers but including WWB’s very own Jude Shields!
Follow the link below to see he full line up and details for the event on the
Poetry evening – Darren Cannan and friends
A New Year, but the continuation of the wonderful creativity, writing ability and performance of the group which sets it up be an exciting year for Writers Without Borders, made evident from the energy and family spirit in the room.
Welcoming several visitors, members then eagerly shared their thoughts, pleasures, and highlights from last year. It may also be a record number of members sharing their work which included feedback and constructive discussion as is the WWB way.
Proud authors Ahmed Magare and Ricky Dragon presented two new publications. Copies of these were happily signed for those eager to buy copies. Both are available on Amazon or from the Author.
The next meeting will be the WWB AGM and is for members only, so they can discuss several business matters, but there will be lots of opportunity to share more work and ideas in the coming months. There will also be a celebration later in the year for the 18th Anniversary of Writers Without Borders, details to follow.
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