The Humber Mouth
Hull Literature
Festival 2003

{ Hull Literature Festival 2003 6th - 16th November 2003
 the humber mouth }


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Festival Critic

{ Festival Critic: Steven Hall }

Renegade Soundwave

Writers Day

Ibsen vs. Strindberg

Jeremy Hardy vs the Israeli Army

An Audience with Joan Bakewell

Woza Albert!

Imetexture

Pooh Bear Reading Workshop

Readers Day

Theatre Test Tube

www.humbermouth.org.uk

Check out events through our website reviewer and send in comments to [email protected] Throughout the festival, Steven Hall will be posting reviews and comments and introducing guest reviewers.

Steven Hall is one of Hullís most promising new writers. Born in 1975 in Derbyshire, he lived in Sheffield before moving to Hull. A contributor to Manchesterís City Life magazine, he writes features, reviews and interviews and is currently working on his first novel with top London agents Curtis Brown. In 2002 he received a grant from Arts Council Yorkshire to spend time completing his novel. A Fine Art graduate, he counts novelists Huraki Murakami, Georges Perec and Chuck Palahniuk among his influences.


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