How to Get Published? Scottish Writers Centre, Tuesday, 24 October, 2017

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Calling all writers. Are you ready to get published! The Scottish Writers’ Centre in Partnership with Red Squirrel Press are hosting a publishing panel of literary experts in response to writers who want to publish a book or learn about how to make it into print. The panel, a group of literary experts will answer questions and provide a behind-the-scenes breakdown of the publishing sector.

All writers at some point in their lives ask themselves the question, “how do I get my work published?” The Scottish Writers’ Centre are giving you the chance to get answers to this question from a group of industry professionals. The panel will be able to answer your questions not only from a professional stand point, but also as writers themselves. Hosted by SWC Director, Andrew Smith, our panel includes Sheila Wakefield (poet, editor, and publisher), Colin Will (poet and publisher), Gerry Cambridge (poet, essayist, typesetter and editor), Sheila Templeton, (poet).

In connection to this event, the Scottish Writers’ Centre and Red Squirrel Press will also be giving you the chance to get your work published! More details will be released through our website:

Red Squirrel Press is an independent publisher based in Northumberland. Founded in April 2006 by Editor, Sheila Wakefield and have published over 130 titles to date, with many more in production. Red Squirrel Press publish poetry (full collections and pamphlets) and crime fiction. For more information:

Tickets £6/£3 (Concessions Students and Unwaged)

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Tuesday 24th October 2017: CCA Club Room @7pm
CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts
350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, G2 3JD

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