Join Helena Nelson, from HappenStance Press and Sphinx Review, for this poetry review writing workshop!
The Personal is Political: Poetry Masterclass with Etzali Hernández – 14 November 2022
What does it mean to be a political poet? What purposes can political poetry serve? – and what political action can writing reclaim?
Writing from Sister Radio Workshop – 30 October and 2 November 2022
An online writing workshop using the themes of Sister Radio by Sara Shaarawi.
SBWN Community at Push the Boat Out – 4th-6th November 2022
Where to find our writers at the Push the Boat Out poetry festival.
SBWN at Push the Boat Out: Poetics of Place – 6th November 2022
An in-person workshop about ecopoetics and developing your own writing.
Tongues on Rock: Home-Making in Parallel Languages
I am filled with the self-congratulatory wish that I could live in all the cities I love all at once, so that I could make them mine.
Its Song is Returned – a poetic response to our 2021 Mixtape: Writers of Colour Anthology
Despite what we’re often made to feel, we also have a right to articulate our own place within this world around us.
Scottish Black Writers Group LIVE – 19 May 2022
Scottish Black Writers Group is a writers group facilitated by Titilayo Farukuoye. It is open to writers across the UK and Ireland who are Black/from the African diaspora, including people of mixed heritage.
SBWN 2021 Conference – Closing Reading
Watch Andrés N. Ordorica’s wonderful closing reading from our 2021 conference here!
Rendering Violence In Verse: The Realm Between Anthropology And Poetry
Violence seems now as a spiked coil, piercing through the fabric of a given space and time at different points.