Join us for a conversation & writing workshop with Fadzai Mwakutuya on climate justice, artistic and curatorial practices in the Scottish Highlands.
To celebrate ESEA Heritage Month, we’re hosting this workshop for Asian writers centred on the theme ‘Roots/Routes’!
Join Open Book and the Scottish BPOC Writers Network for an hour of creative writing on Zoom.
Writers from across the Asian diaspora are invited to celebrate South Asian Heritage Month with us at this free workshop!
SBWN is partnering with Windrush Legacy Creative Reflections for these free writing workshops.
Our Time is A Garden was a series of nature poetry workshops for women and non-binary writers of colour in Scotland in partnership with the Scottish BPOC Writers Network and IASH at the University of Edinburgh. This series is part of a collaborative research project led by Junior Anniversary Fellow at IASH, Dr Alycia Pirmohamed.
SBWN is excited to be hosting two events as part of this year’s Granite Noir crime writing festival.
Join Helena Nelson, from HappenStance Press and Sphinx Review, for this poetry review writing workshop!
What does it mean to be a political poet? What purposes can political poetry serve? – and what political action can writing reclaim?
An online writing workshop using the themes of Sister Radio by Sara Shaarawi.