Storying Sheffield

Head-Lines: Writing from Survivors of Coma and Brain Injury, May 1st

Head-Lines: Writing from Survivors of Coma and Brain Injury
Date: Thursday 1 May, 2014 – 6.30pm-9pm
Venue: St George’s Church, Sheffield
Tickets: Free, register for your ticket at
Head-Lines is the second anthology of creative writing produced by members of The Write Way, a Sheffield-based collective of which all members have experienced coma, brain injury or both. It is an eclectic mix of poetry and prose that explores a wide range of subjects, including post-coma experiences and ways of coping with brain injury. At this launch of 2014’s collection, writers will perform live readings and discuss their work and experiences.
The Head-Lines project is run by Matt Colbeck a postgraduate researcher at the University of Sheffield. Read more about Matt’s work here.


This event is part of the In The City Festival; for more information see:
Funded by Arts Enterprise at The University of Sheffield.