In the ninth of our new Glasgow Women’s Library podcasts, Zoe Wicomb reads her work, Writing Lesson and talks about the inspiration behind the work.
Summer is almost here, although you wouldn’t believe it looking outside at the moment. We have some great activities for you to take part in, no matter where you are in the world!
Join one of our unique and inspiring Women’s Heritage Walks this summer and learn while taking in some sunshine (we hope).
On 12th May 2013 twenty-five GWL staff, volunteers and supporters ran/or walked the BUPA Great Women’s 10K in Glasgow to Keep Glasgow Women’s Library Running. There’s still time to sponsor the team to help keep GWL running!
We haven’t yet relocated and are still open here at Berkeley Street, but planning is well under way for our move…
Our latest What’s On guide will be available to pick up from the library from the 25th January, but we thought that you might like a sneak peak at what we have coming up during February to May 2013 including what’s on for International Women’s Day.
In the sixth of our new Glasgow Women’s Library podcasts, Leela Soma reads her new story, Boxed In, and talks about the inspiration behind the work.
Glasgow Women’s Library is delighted to announce that Bar Gandolfi, in the heart of the Merchant City, will be showing a selection of our fabulous 21 Revolutions prints from 4th February to 4th March.
It’s New Year and this time around I’m making 21 resolutions. Join me if you can to feel great and make a big difference to your women’s library.
In the fourth of our new Glasgow Women’s Library podcasts, Elizabeth Reeder reads her new story, Everyday Wintergreen, and talks about the inspiration behind the work.