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Events to Shout About

We are extremely excited to have two wonderful additions to our current programme with two fantastic women! Susan Calman and Lindy West launch their new books at GWL.

What’s On this Summer at GWL

Check out all the wonderful activities we have at the Library this summer!

Girls on Film

Glasgow Women’s Library invites you to come join a new film project for young women!

Black History Month at GWL

  It’s Black History Month and here at the GWL we’ve got a display celebrating a range of writing by black women. You can enjoy the beautiful words of the late Maya Angelou, or some of the less well-known (but no less brilliant) literary works of Alice Walker. There are also powerful feminist discussions, such as Ain’t […]

Podcast: Dragon’s Pen 2013 Winners

Hear the winning Dragon’s Pen entries from 2013 in this free downloadable podcast.

GWL Sept to December 2014 Programme Cover

What’s On at GWL this Autumn and Winter

From Teknowomen of Sci Fi to Drama Queens in the March of Women, we have a jam packed calendar this Autumn/Winter.

A selection of Badges from Badges of Honour

Badges of Honour Exhibition May 1-30

Right now Glasgow Women’s Library are showcasing a fascinating array of badges for the Badges of Honour project. While this will explore the political and social significance of badge-wearing, it will also tell the more personal stories behind it. There are many reasons why people wear them: to some it is about identity and to others…

LGBT History Month

Check out what is happening at Glasgow Women’s Library for LGBT History Month in February, including the LGBT Acronym Exhibition and a talk by the Editors of Russian Lesbian Journal, Ostrov.

What’s On at the Library: February to May 2014

Our new What’s On guide will be available from the end of January, Take a sneak peek at the guide in full here.

21 Revolutions Podcast: Denise Mina: Ernest Hemingway’s Third Wife

In the thirteenth of our Glasgow Women’s Library podcasts, and to mark our birthday on 21st September 2013 Denise Mina reads her 21 Revolutions piece, Ernest Hemingway’s Third Wife, and talks about her inspiration behind the work.