In this panel discussion, we will take an honest look at the role mentorships and awards play in nurturing creative and professional growth and how they contribute to enriching the literary landscape and building community around poetry.
Chaired by Niall Campbell of the Roddy Lumsden memorial mentorship, this panel will feature recent mentee Tim Tim Cheng, Julie Laing, who was mentored through the St Mungo Mirrorball's Clydebuilt 13 verse apprenticeship scheme, and Roshni Gallagher, winner of the Edwin Morgan Poetry Award and Scottish Book Trust's New Writers Award in 2022.
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Join author and tour guide Graeme Milne for an exploration of the paranormal in both Edinburgh and Aberdeen at Central Library Edinburgh on Monday 11th December.READ MORE
Join the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland at Augustine United Church as Dr Peggy Brunache draws on a Black feminist lens to reveal alternative narratives of Atlantic enslaved and free communities.READ MORE