For the third year running 'The Lit Young Writers Festival' (A reading and writing festival for young people (14 - 19 Years) thats managed by Young People) , returns with a brand new range of workshops, interesting events and compelling talks with some of Ireland's great new and established authors next Friday the 15th and Saturday the 16th of November.
This year’s festival has a very compelling lineup of local and national authors including Sarah Crossan, Elaine Feeney, Sarah Maria Griffin, Dave Rudden, Anthea West, Megan Nolan, Erin Fornoff, Natalya O’Flaherty, Rose Keating and Colm Keegan. Who will all be involved in events throughout Waterford City full information is on the Lit Festival's website - https://bit.ly/2OoUl8J and this years programme.
There will also be a number of free events to get involved in such as ‘The Big Book Swap’ in Central Library where you can swap some of your favourite books with others including some signed copies of some very interesting young adult authors, If you're interested in poetry their's a pop up poetry event in John Roberts square on Saturday and a spoken word event in ‘The Vintage Tea Rooms’ later in the day. It should be a lot of fun.
All paid events are just a fiver with a small additional charge and can be bought through the 'Lit Young Writer's Festivals' website - thelit.eu you can also book online through eventbrite. For more information you can contact the team directly by email at - thelityoungwritersfestival@
gmail.com or by sending the team a message on their Facebook page.