One year ago, Strike a Light’s Ale Tales book was successfully match funded by a Kickstarter campaign with support from you!
To celebrate, we’ve got ten copies to send out for free.
To be eligible for this:
First – like our Strike a Light Face book page and share this update on Facebook.
Once done, the first ten people to then email email@example.com with their address will be sent a free copy!
You can also download it free from here if you prefer a digital copy.
Strike a Light has been checking out some new World War I related resources recently, since we’ll be working with Queenspark Books on their new A Graphic War project which starts in November 2014 and runs until September 2016.
The Digital War Memorial website is one such inspiring resource which brings together communities and artists across the UK to make unique creative responses to the First World War Centenary.
Using the rich resources of local libraries and archives as the starting point, these new artworks tell the diverse stories of how the First World War touched people’s lives and how it is remembered today.
One section we’ve particularly found touching, and a really great way of engaging younger audiences with the theme, is this page of graffiti art and writings by Lancashire artist Liam Dean. Have a look, it’s moving and modern and yet still relevant to young people.