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What does it take to get a book deal? Join Clare Coombs, founder of @LiverpoolLit, at #LivLitFest for an insightful discussion on how to secure a book deal and how to break into the publishing industry. 📚
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October is Black History Month, and we're proud once again to join the celebration of Black history, arts and culture throughout the UK. #BHM2022
Find out more about what's on and how you can get involved here: https://news.liverpool.ac.uk/2022/10/03/october-is-black-history-month-whats-going-on-3/
We're pleased to have Liverpool-born academic, author & graduate, Malik Al Nasir join us at #LivLitFest to discuss his compelling memoir Letters to Gil, from a childhood in care, to a chance meeting with poet Gil Scott-Heron. 📚
Book your tickets here: https://fal.cn/3sn0D