TheFED - A Network of Writing and Community Publishers

  • TheFED Writing Challenge

    Wednesday, 1st October 2014 at 12am
    Location: TheFED Website

    The theme for September 2014 is

    'Deep Waters'

    A theme / title suggested by Sue Rabbett, a member of GROW.

    Writing Submission Form

    Writing can be in any form or style, poetry or prose.
    Please encourage the rest of your group to participate,
    especially those who do not have access to the Internet.

    You can also email your writing to:

    fedonline1@gmail.com

    Deadline is Midnight on 30th September 2014

    TheFED Writing Challenge is open to everyone.

    It doesn't cost anything to submit your writing
    and there are no prizes, winners or losers.

    All submissions will be displayed on TheFED website
    and may also be featured in future TheFED publications.

    Please do leave comments for the other writers
    we all like to get feedback!

  • TheFED Festival of Writing

    Saturday, 15th November 2014 (all day)
    Location: Faraday House, Old Gloucester Street, Holborn, London, WC1N 3AE





    TheFED 2014 Writing Festival and AGM.

    We are making huge strides towards building up TheFED - continuing, and expanding upon the work of the FWWCP - and turning the old pipe-dreams into an exciting reality. 

    We believe that 2014 will be the biggest and best event we have held so far. We are once again looking for workshop leaders who feel they can offer our attendees the outstanding and diverse range of stimulating, informative and enjoyable workshops that all TheFED Festivals are famous for.

    Festival Workshop Offer Form

    TheFED Archive project is moving on apace. One of our goals as a new organisation was to build a complete collection of publications, articles, papers and documents that would be stored safely and securely but remain accessible to our members and the general public. 


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