We’re thrilled to welcome Dean to the SBWN team! Not only are we admirers of his creative writing (Happy 1st Birthday to The Black Flamingo!), but Dean’s advocacy work for Black writers, for writers of Young Adult and Children’s Literature, and for safe, intersectional spaces, is incredibly inspiring!
Join Dean Atta for this Masterclass where he’ll discuss his award-winning debut ‘The Black Flamingo’ & guide us through writing exercises!
Scottish BAME Writers Network is looking to hire someone to cover Administration & Media Support for our non-profit organisation. This position will specifically assist with general administrative duties, such as invoicing, managing our inbox and calendar, and updating our website and social media with various opportunities.
This workshop explores how the practice of meditation intertwines with the writing process. How do we ‘come home’ to ourselves?
2+ COVID-19 has presented many challenges for arts organisations throughout Scotland. But it has also afforded new ways of thinking […]
In spring 2020, Scottish BAME Writers Network (SBWN) partnered with EDI Scotland to gather the perceptions and experiences of BAME writers in and from Scotland. This survey aimed to assess gaps, absences, and barriers to participation in Scotland’s literary sector, and to help SBWN plan inclusive programming during their pilot programme and beyond.
In this workshop, Olivia will take you through the process of making an easy A4 zine. Come ready with a piece of your own writing (a poem, story, non-fiction, or notes) about a topic that you have a passion for: maybe a film, musician, hobby, personal experience or historical event. By the end of the session you will have a zine (or a mostly completed zine) on your chosen topic.
Robbie Guillory, from the Kate Nash Literary Agency, has partnered up with the Scottish BAME Writers Network to host a Q&A session for writers.
8+ We’re hiring a new co-director at SBWN! View this posting as a PDF Scottish BAME Writers Network is looking to […]
4+ A spotlight on businesses and organisations founded by Black creatives Thank you to Black artists sharing on Twitter, Project […]