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Pen to Print Awards 19

Pen to Print Awards 2019 – Winners Presented with Awards

We are happy to announce this year’s winners of the Pen to Print Competitions for 2019. At the Awards ceremony on 27 June 2019 at Barking Learning Centre we were thrilled to welcome our Patron Martina Cole who presented the winners with their prizes. Poetry Award Winner Sylvia Anne Telfer with Where Moths Dance Second ...
May is... Crime Month

Pen to Print Crime Month Has Arrived!

The first Pen to Print Crime Month has started with a thrill when Tracey Ryden visited Dagenham Library yesterday 2 May to talk about her debute novel 'Vengence'. This is part of the CWA Crime Reading Month There is much more to look forward too as we are also taking Pen to ...
Sweethearts of Ilford Lane

Farzana Hakim Launches Her First Novel with Pen to Print

Host Lisa Roullier left, Farzana Hakim centre and Mentor Barbara Nadel. right. Today we celebrated the latest Pen to Print novel to debut, Farzana Hakim's Sweethearts of Ilford Lane, published through The Book Challange.   Family, friends and guests enjoy hearing Farzana's story.   Farzana Hakim celebrated the publication of her novel Sweethearsts of ...

Join the Team Creating the Pen to Print Magazine

The next few Magazine Workshops have been announced. Following on from the first introductory session the second session will be held on Saturday 13 April, 10am to 5pm at Barking Learning Centre in the Conference Centre. Following on from this are the next two sessions which are on Saturday 4 May, 10am ...

The Pen to Print Magazine is looking for Support

Brand new opportunity for Pen to Print comes in the form of a new quarterly magazine. Pen to Print has ambitious plans to publish its own free magazine written by, and for local writers. We are looking for articles, poems, short stories and features to include in the first issue due to ...
Pen to Print Competition

Pen to Print Competitions: Deadline to Enter Approaches!

This year's round of writing competitions are about to come to a close on 28 March 2019.  Click here for details on the Competitions Page We at Pen to Print are still seeking entries for the Playwriting Competition along with the Poetry and Short Story Competition. For the Playwriting competition we are looking ...
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Supporting Working Class Writers

Figures released today show that there is an endemic problem with attracting enough working class writers and professionals into the publishing industry. Pen to Print is passionate about diversity and organises a number of events that create access for everybody. Check out our Events Page to find out more.