A writers' day is being held next month at the Dylan Thomas Centre in Swansea in which students and the wider community can engage in workshops, discussions and readings, and meet with key figures in the publishing industry.

The event is being organised by Swansea Metropolitan University and Trinity University College, Carmarthen, in conjunction with the Dragon Innovation Partnership.

Photograph of Fflur Dafydd © Chris Reynolds

Representatives from Welsh publishers will be present as well as staff of the creative writing departments of both universities, including Professor Stevie Davies, Dr Jeni Williams, Dr Fflur Dafydd and Nigel Jenkins. Plus, poet and singer-songwriter Paul Henry is set to read some of his poetry and discuss his experiences of publishing.

This is a free event to be held on Thursday 17 June. To secure a place contact the Dylan Thomas Centre, or visit the Academi website for further information.

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