Useful Links

Below you will find a list of useful links. Please note, all external hyperlinks are provided for information only, for the convenience of members who wish to use them. Tyne & Esk Writers do not necessarily endorse the organisations involved and take no responsibility for the content of their websites.

 

Members Personal Websites

 

External Links

  • Midlothian Libraries online catalogue https://libraries.midlothian.gov.uk/web/arena
  • Scottish Poetry Library – the largest and best poetry resource in Scotland – http://www.scottishpoetrylibrary.org.uk/
  • Scottish Book Trust – includes a register of writers in Scotland available for workshops, public readings etc through the Live Literature Scotland scheme – http://www.scottishbooktrust.com/
  • Scottish PEN – which campaigns on behalf of writers and their freedoms – http://scottishpen.org/
  • Poetry Scotland – a broadsheet magazine and an ancillary website – http://www.poetryscotland.co.uk/
  • StAnza: Scotland’s Poetry Festival – details of past and future festivals held in St Andrews each March – http://stanzapoetry.org/
  • Calder Wood Press – a publishing house in Dunbar run by Colin Will, and specialising in poetry pamphlets. He has published several Tyne & Esk members – http://www.calderwoodpress.co.uk/
  • Scottish Association of Writerswww.sawriters.org.uk
    The Scottish Association of Writers is an organisation that has been promoting writing in Scotland since 1969. Every year, SAW holds an Annual Conference in March which can be attended by writers who are members of Clubs affiliated to the Association. A list of Clubs currently affiliated can be found on the Clubs page. If your Club would like more information about joining the Association, contact the Affiliation Secretary Lesley Deschner lesdes@talk21.com .
  • Federation of Writers (Scotland) www.writersfederation.org.uk
    The Federation of Writers (Scotland) is an organisation dedicated to making the written and spoken word available to the public of Scotland, with respect for diversity and recognition of additional support needs.
  • The Bakehouse – A venue for the literary arts in Gatehouse of Fleet – http://www.thebakehouse.info/