We’re delighted to host our first public reading of 2021! Courtney Stoddart is joined by seven poets, Nasim Rebecca Asl, Sabrina Latif, Clementine E. Burnley, Wendy Law, Kamala Santos, Bee Asha and Andrew ‘Ace’ Bamusi.
We are thrilled to announce our new collaboration with Nancy Adimora and HarperCollins UK! Nancy is the Talent & Audience Development Manager at HarperCollins Publishers and submissions of fiction and non-fiction books are now open to Scottish BAME Writers Network members! Find out more about Nancy, why she got into publishing and what the submission process is.
All the new opportunities to work with Scottish BAME Writers Network in the first half of 2021.
Take a look at these upcoming opportunities by SBWN for writers of colour in Scotland – to write a blog post or host their own workshop!
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.
0 We’re hiring a new Programme Manager! Scottish BAME Writers Network is looking to hire a new Programme Manager for our non-profit organisation. […]
The Scottish BAME Writers Network (SBWN) is very honoured to have been awarded Creative Scotland funding for their 2021 ‘Staying Connected’ programme.
2020, was an epoch of its own that changed us all.
We began the year in comfort. Comfortable in our own routines and chaos that left us far removed from our own truth and in most instances, the realities of others. As the year progressed, ‘normalness’ was disrupted.
Scottish Black Writers Group is a new, free writers group facilitated by our Co-Director Dean Atta and in association with Scottish PEN. It is a monthly meetup open to writers across the UK and Ireland who are Black/from the African diaspora, including people of mixed heritage.
How, and how often should you talk to your partner about race? This piece looks at how to navigate these difficult conversations, in light of the BLM movement in America.