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'Voices' reading at NAWE conference: Linda Hoy
Mon 18 Oct 2004
In the third of our profiles of writers featured in the forthcoming 'Voices' reading, we here intoduce Linda Hoy. The reading opens the forthcoming NAWE conference at St John's College in York.
Linda Hoy has written fifteen books for children and young adults: her first novel, Your Friend, Rebecca, is a set text in many comprehensive schools, while Haddock 'N' Chips, for younger children, was winner of the 1994 Children's Book Award. She worked for many years as an English teacher and has led creative writing workshops throughout the country with such diverse groups as probation officers, pensioners and university lecturers. Linda is currently the Royal Literary Fund Fellow at York St John. She will read from a selection of her work.

Booking for the NAWE conference has now closed but you can still book tickets for this pre-conference reading, which takes place at 7.30pm on Friday 29 October 2004, in Temple Hall, York St John, College of the University of Leeds, Lord Mayor's Walk, York YO31 7EX.
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