Monthly Archives: February 2023

Poet in Residence Celebrates National Storytelling Week

The Poet in Residence of Wolverhampton`s radio station, 101.8 WCR FM, is encouraging everyone in Wolverhampton to celebrate National Storytelling Week between 28th January – 5th February.   “This engaging event” said Ian Henery, Poet in Residence, “is a celebration in schools, clubs, museums, spoken word venues  and various other places.  It`s a week for […]

Poet in Residence with poem for Wolverhampton Literature Festival

Wolverhampton Literature Festival has returned for its 7th year in 2023 and runs from Friday 3rd until Sunday 5th February.  Hosted by Wolverhampton City Council the Festival amplifies the voices of authors, poets, writers, publishers, storytellers and playwrights across the UK.  celebrating our creative communities living in Wolverhampton and surrounding regions.   The Festival always […]

Celebration of creativity as festival kicks off

The Wolverhampton Literature Festival has already seen the likes of Soul II Soul frontman Jazzie B appear to talk about his new autobiography and life in music, as well as showcase poets and provide opportunities to meet creative people from across the literary world.   Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh will headline the festival on Sunday, […]

Success At Wolverhampton Literature Festival

The Wolverhampton Literature Festival 2023 will take place between 3rd – 5th February and is organised by Wolverhampton City Council. For the first time ever WCR FM, Wolverhampton`s radio station, has provided a platform for local creatives and, according to the Poet in Residence, it has been a success.   “We have been so fortunate” […]

Poet in Residence Ushers in Chinese New Year in Wolverhampton

The Poet in Residence at Wolverhampton`s radio station, WCR FM, is ushering in Chinese New Year on 22nd January 2023. WCR FM, which broadcasts on 101.8 on FM, online, Spotify and Listen Again, broadcasts to 900k people daily across Wolverhampton and surrounding regions.   “Chinese New Year 2023” said Ian Henery, Poet in Residence at […]