As part of Birmingham City Council’s campaign to mark the centenary of some women getting the vote in 1918, this colourful book features thirty fearless females who dreamt big and fought for what they believed in, often against the odds.
Once Upon A Time In Birmingham: Women Who Dared To Dream – produced in conjunction with local female-run publisher The Emma Press, author Louise Palfreyman and Writing West Midlands – aims to inspire the city’s next generation of female achievers, leaders and pioneers.
A launch event will be held at The REP’s Studio Theatre on Saturday 13 October at 2pm featuring some special guests, who will share their stories. Tickets are £3 (redeemable against purchase of the book) and can be booked on the Birmingham Literature Festival’s website –www.birminghamliteraturefestival.org
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