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And so, as Charles Bukowski so finely put it, the days run away like wild horses over the hills, and our annual events guide looms into view, loaded with festivals, courses, workshops, retreats, holidays and other writing events to tempt you from your desk and into the wider world.

Whatever your style or taste you’ll find something to suit your needs in the listings (starting on p36) but I wanted to highlight one event in particular that is especially close to the WM heart. In April, we’re dipping our toes into the water to launch an event of our own, a ‘Start your story’ day with sessions on ideas and inspiration, structure, plot and character, and bringing your story to life, led by WM faves Jenny Alexander (WM Dec) and Elizabeth Enfield (p30). Tickets are already going fast, so skip ahead to p71 now to find out more and book your place.

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