Scottish BAME Writers Network and EDI Scotland publish literary sector survey results on the perceptions and experiences of Black and PoC writers in and from Scotland.
We’re delighted to present our recent partnership with MAP: ‘the cold,’ a series curated by Camara Taylor! <<It’s a shame […]
We are absolutely delighted to welcome Kelly Kanayama, Mae Diansangu and Titilayo Farukuoye to our team! Read on to find out more about each new team member and what they are also up to as writers…
The Scottish BAME Writers Network (SBWN) and EDI Scotland have co-produced this survey to capture the perceptions and experiences of people of colour who are engaged, or wish to engage, in Scotland’s literary sector. If you are a person of colour with a connection to Scotland’s literary sector, then we ask you to complete this survey and share your perceptions and experiences.
All the new opportunities to work with Scottish BAME Writers Network in the first half of 2021.
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.
We’re hiring a new Programme Manager! Scottish BAME Writers Network is looking to hire a new Programme Manager for our non-profit organisation. This […]
The Scottish BAME Writers Network (SBWN) is very honoured to have been awarded Creative Scotland funding for their 2021 ‘Staying Connected’ programme.
As part of our Metaphors for a Black Future programme, we have partnered with Historic Environment Scotland to commission two […]
Scottish BAME Writers Network is excited to announce that writer, Bhavika Govil, is joining our team as Admin & Media Support!