Writing on the Wall Festival 2013 launches

Published on Wed May 8, 2013 by

The Writing on the Wall Festival launch saw supporters and writers march through the streets of Liverpool city centre with banners, signs and carnival puppets to publicise the month long series of events. Writing on the Wall is a dynamic, Liverpool-based community organisation that coordinates projects and events that celebrate writing in all its forms. Writing on the Wall hosts a month long annual writing festival each May. Since its inception WoW has delivered 11 festivals bringing high profile guests to the city to participate in unique and provocative events.

Below are some images from the launch event;

Liverpool writing festival

Event photographer at Bold Street

Festival supporters

March for Words approaches Liverpool new library

Group photograph at Liverpool Wellington Column

The Festival continues right the way through May, so check their site !

 

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