Join Laura Fyfe, Stirling Makar, and poet/author Charlie Roy
Via MS Teams at 7.30pm
Join Laura Fyfe, Stirling Makar, and Charlie Roy, poet, author and co-chair of the Scottish Poetry Library, in a live and lively discussion about writing poetry and the journey to becoming established on the Scottish poetry scene. The trials, tribulations – and the joys!
Laura Fyfe is an award-winning writer of short stories, non-fiction and poetry published in literary magazines internationally including Northwords Now and Butcher’s Dog. She travels Scotland to facilitate writing workshops and adjudicate writing competitions and is a prominent voice in Scotland’s writing community, serving on the board of the Scottish Writers’ Centre and the Scottish Poetry Library.
Charlie Roy is the author of THE BROKEN PANE. She writes prose and poetry, focusing on women’s lives, mental health and family. Charlie was born in London, grew up in Spain where she attended a French lycée and now lives outside Edinburgh. She is co-chair of the Scottish Poetry Library, & a freelance publicist with several Scottish independent publishers.
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