One half of the Library’s admin team and the Library’s resident geek – Helen looks after the Library’s IT needs as well as more general admin tasks.
Map of Landressy Street, Bridgeton

Glasgow Women’s Library is moving to 23 Landressy Street

We’re moving to 23 Landressy Street in Bridgeton! The Library will be closed except for events from 14th October to 11th November while we move and unpack.

Update on the Lending Collection

Our Lending Library catalogue is now back up and running after last week’s technical problems. However, we will be starting to pack up the lending collection in preparation for our imminent move, and access will be limited after next week.

21 Revolutions Podcast: Laura Marney: Mango

In the third of our new Glasgow Women’s Library podcasts, Laura Marney reads her new story, Mango, and talks about the inspiration behind the work.

21 Revolutions Podcast: Helen Fitzgerald: Parts Beyond The Skies

In the second of a new series of Glasgow Women’s Library podcasts, Helen Fitzgerald reads her new story, Parts Beyond The Skies, and talks about the inspiration behind the work.

Own a limited edition 21 Revolutions artwork

To mark Glasgow Women’s Library’s 21st anniversary, the Library commissioned 21 women artists to create new work inspired by items and artefacts in our collections. These limited edition prints are being sold to raise money for the Library. This is your chance to buy an exclusive artwork and support the Library’s work at the same time!

21 Revolutions Podcast: Kirsty Logan: This is Liberty

In the first of a new series of Glasgow Women’s Library podcasts, Kirsty Logan reads her new story, This is Liberty, and talks about the inspiration behind the work.

Two Decades and 21 Revolutions

Glasgow Women’s Library is a phenomenon. The sole resource of its kind in Scotland, it is celebrating its 21st birthday by commissioning 21 women artists and 21 women writers to create new work inspired by GWL’s library, archive and museum artefacts.

A message of support from the First Minister

The Mapping Memorials to Women Scotland project, launching on 10th March 2012, has received a message of support from First Minister Alex Salmond. The project, developed by Glasgow Women’s Library and Women’s History Scotland, aims to record memorials to women across Scotland

Join our team!

Glasgow Women’s Library is expanding its team of Non-Executive Directors: If you would like to join our Board of Directors, find out more here

Resolution in the New Year

This time last year, we were still reeling after a flood of water poured down from the floors above us at 81 Parnie Street. I think it’s fair to say […]