The next book we’re reading as part of our GWL Digital Book Group is Ursula Le Guin’s groundbreaking gender-focused sci-fi, The Left Hand of Darkness.
Ahead of the closing date of our 2017 Bold Types: Scottish Women’s Creative Writing Competition, we thought we’d share the work of our 2016 competition winners to serve as inspiration.
In August, GWL Digital Book Group read Sleeping on Jupiter by Anuradha Roy, winner of the 2016 DSC Prize for South Asian Literature. Here Anuradha answers our reader questions.
Glasgow Women’s Library’s popular Story Café has been shortlisted for the CILIP Libraries Change Lives Award, alongside libraries in Suffolk, Kirklees and Norfolk.
The next book we’re reading as part of our GWL Digital Book Group is Val McDermid’s Northanger Abbey.
Our dynamic group of Community Curators meet regularly and have been learning the ins and outs of museum work from collections care to exhibitions.
The next book we’re reading as part of our GWL Digital Book Group is Fire in the Blood by Irène Némirovsky, the celebrated author of the international bestseller Suite Française.
Be bold and submit your short stories and poems to Scotland’s only free creative writing competition for women. Our theme this year is Body Positive.
Travelling Gallery is a contemporary art space inside a bus, which will tour a new exhibition by Lauren Printy Currie around Scotland.
Transatlantic Literary Women have teamed up with Wheezy Whispers on their first podcast. This first episode will give you an idea of the content of the series, and serve as an introduction to the rest of the podcast.