Emma Purshouse, writer, performer, first Poet Laureate for the City of Wolverhampton, and editor of The Blackcountryman magazine talks about making a living as a Black Country based creative. She will be sharing her experiences of writing about the region, her involvement in local arts projects, and her attempts to promote the Black Country further afield. Emma will share anecdotes and perform some of her own work as part of the talk.
Free to members of The Black Country Society
None members £2
NB The meeting room is a first floor function room without a lift. Car parking is adjacent in Tower Street. Five minute walk from Dudley bus station.
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