Plymouth Festival of Words
Plymouth Festival of Words, previously the Plymouth International Book Festival, celebrating literature and ‘words’ through a diverse range of art forms including music and theatre.
Plymouth Literature Project
The Plymouth Literature Project (PLP) aims to promote the importance of reading and writing and position Plymouth University as a dynamic hub for teaching, research and public engagement, combining our expertise with that of our partner, Literature Works.
Launch for first National Memory Day, the flagship event of Dementia Awareness Week 2017
Plymouth University news: The launch will include the opening of a national writing competition and the world’s first wiki poem dedicated to dementia and to which the public can contribute a line, started off with a line composed by Sir Andrew Motion
One Giant Read giving audiences an out of this world literary experience
Plymouth University news: Science fact and science fiction collides with an initiative themed around the Principia Mission to the International Space Station
National Memory Day aims to empower people with dementia
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University academics will help to highlight the potential for creative writing and poetry to empower and uplift those affected by memory loss during the first National Memory Day held in May 2016