OUR NEXT LIVE EVENT: A Poetry Showcase at the CCA, Glasgow on 14 November

Dear friends,

The Glasgow Review of Books – in partnership with Creative Writing at the University of Strathclyde, and with support from the Scottish Writers Centre is delighted to invite you all to an evening of poetry joy, on Tuesday, 14 November at the Centre for Contemporary Arts, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow.

There will be six fantastic, poets performing, with full details to follow – so do keep in touch via our social channels. And trust us when we say, this is a night you will not want to miss.

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In keeping with our aim to be an accessible, non-partisan community platform for writers and writing, tickets for our event are completely free – but we ask you to click this link and register via Eventbrite so we can manage numbers.

Please help spread the word and share the news and details of this event via your channels and networks – and let’s make this another night to remember!

If you’d like to hear more about our events and other plans – please subscribe to our mailing list using the form at the bottom of our homepage.

We hope to see you in person on 14 November. In the meantime, thank you for your interest – and thank you for supporting @GlasgowRevBooks and @StrathclydeCW

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The Glasgow Review of Books (ISSN 2053-0560) is an online journal which publishes critical reviews, essays and interviews as well as writing on translation. We accept work in any of the languages of Scotland – English, Gàidhlig and Scots.

We aim to be an accessible, non-partisan community platform for writers from Glasgow and elsewhere. We are interested in many different kinds of writing, though we tend to lean towards more marginal, peripheral or neglected writers and their work. 

Though, our main focus is to fill the gap for careful, considered critical writing, we also publish original creative work, mostly short fiction, poetry and hybrid/visual forms. 

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