Scottish Poetry Library Appeal 2015
Scottish Poetry Library Appeal aims to raise £20,000 towards the final £120,000 for a building renovation that will hugely improve capacities. You can donate through Just Giving, so please help them reach their goal by donating £5 or more today.
Your gift will help create more space
… for noisy and silent activities to take place at the same time
… for books, and for people from toddlers to teens to third age
… for the development of resources and training that take poetry all over Scotland, from schools to care homes, and into the airwaves, sending poetry out across the world.
For more informationabout the project, or to make donations of £30 or more, please visit www.scottishpoetrylibrary.org.uk/about/support-our-work.
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This section: Books, Talks, Poetry Events
Filed under: Books, Talks, Poetry Events
- ‘the lactic acid in the calves of your despair’ poetry collection by Ali Whitelock
- New Collection of Poems: Poor Wurld by Jim Ferguson
- The Clearing: A memoir of art, family and mental health by Samantha Clark
- The Siren Awakes – memoir by Linda Jackson
- Blessed Assurance by Stewart Ennis
- ‘Doors tae Naewye’ poetry by Christie Williamson
- Poor Wurld by Jim Ferguson – Book Launch Party Postponed
- Keeping Time novel by Thomas Legendre
- Much Left Unsaid by Finola Scott – poetry
- Freddy Anderson, Afternoon of Literature, Poetry and Song
- Women Writers: Maria Marchinadu, Tracy Patrick and Eloise Oui
- Neu Reekie at Aye Write
- Aye Write: Andrew Greig and Chris Agee
- Christie Williamson – Doors tae Naewye Launch at Express Yourself
- Remember Tom Leonard, CCA
- Ali Whitelock and Skye Loneragan – Scottish Writers Centre
- Aye Write: Ferlie Leed – The Rhymer on his Hoalidays
- Literary Legends Book Stall – International Women’s Week
- Books at the Botanics
- Aye Write 2020: Humans of Scotland