GWL Volunteer Aileen writes about helping to organise the Seeing the Unseen film and the importance of this documentary about 17 Icelandic autistic women for her.
Following creative writing workshops this Autumn, Amy B. Moreno shares a powerful extract from her short story response exploring the lives of three nineteenth century women, written as prompted by a Victorian Panel in Riddles Court.
This year, we’re excited to be launching our Glasgow Women’s Library Gift Friendships, a chance to give a lucky person in your life an ethical change-making gift this Christmas!
As well as the events, workshops and exhibitions you can see in our public programme, our National team work in prisons, with community groups and in partnership with other fantastic organisations across Scotland to deliver more exciting projects! Here’s what we’ve got coming up this Winter…
Be bold and submit your short stories and poems to Scotland’s only free creative writing competition for women. Our theme this year is Blether!
Our Paper Grrls spread GWL programmes across the city by bike, on foot and by public transport! If you have a couple of hours each season and would like to join us in spreading the word and celebrating the lives and achievements of women, we’d love to hear from you.
This Summer, we are excited to take part in Fringe of Colour, aiming to increase the access of young people of colour in Edinburgh to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Join us to see Fringe shows and enjoy reading and talking together!
Have a look at our selections for Earth Day 2017 reading!
Find out more about Herland curated by Collect:if this May and our Pay it Forward fund!
GWL’s Lifelong Learning Admin Assistant, Emily Ilett, shares what she loves about GWL and one of her favourite items from the GWL collection for our GWL 25 blog series.