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We are currently in the process of building a beautiful new website, and so will be taking a little longer than usual to update our online content.

December 9, 2016

A poem from Liu Xiaobo to Liu Xia in 1997

A poem written by the late Liu Xiaobo, a poet, critic and Nobel Prize laureate who campaigned for democratic reform in China, to his wife Liu Xia, also a poet, whose situation in China continues to be precarious.

September 8, 2017

Eli Clare to visit our LGBT Youth writing group #ManyVoices

It is our pleasure to announce that our international guest writer for LGBT Youth Scotland’s Many Voices group is Eli Clare, a disabled queer and trans writer-activist based in the United States. Eli will join the group, led by poet Nat Raha, for their final showcase event on 9th September in Edinburgh.

August 24, 2017

Meet our #ManyVoices International Writer Sepideh Jodeyri

We are excited to introduce our international guest writer for  International Women’s Group Glasgow North Many Voices writing group – Sepideh Jodeyri will join the group led by poet Marjorie Lotfi Gill for their final event in November. Read on to find out more about Sepideh and what attracted to her Many Voices project.

August 10, 2017

Featured Member's Writing

Morelle Smith
Every Shade of Blue

John Renbourn was one of the original members of Pentangle, the innovative folk group formed in the late 1960s. After the group split up John continued touring, composing, recording and teaching right up until March 2015, when he was on tour with the legendary Wizz Jones.

In the mid-1990s, poet and travel writer Morelle Smith accompanied John Renbourn in his journeys across the USA and Europe, from the pale blue skies over San Francisco to the deep blue of the Mediterranean Sea.

Written in planes, ferries, cafes and hotel rooms,Every Shade of Blue describes their travels together.

What's On

A Question of Immigration

23 Sep

12:00 — 13:00

County Buildings, Main Hall, Wigtown, DG8 9JH