Edinburgh’s Literary News
Newly refurbished Museum of Childhood presents Growing Up With BooksThe new exhibition at the Museum of Childhood explores the history of children’s literature as glimpsed through the Museum’s collections. Read more
Prague City of Literature announces 2019 ResidencyPrague City of Literature has announced the launch of its 2019 two-month residency, which will support six interesting projects from foreign writers and translators. Read more
National Centre for Writing launches this week in NorwichThe National Centre for Writing has launched this week in sister City of Literature Norwich, following a £2m regeneration of historic Dragon Hall. Read more
Tue 24 July
Stewed Rhubarb: Past and FutureStewed Rhubarb Press is celebrating its relaunch with a celebration of the cutting edge of Scottish spoken word at the Scottish Poetry Library. Visit their website
Fri 27 July
Guid Crack Storytelling SessionExplore forests where dreams dwell and share tales on this summer evening's journey, with storyteller Jane Mather. Visit their website
The Lord Provost’s International Residency
has been announced
To celebrate Edinburgh’s status as a UNESCO City of Literature and its relationship with its Polish Partner City, Krakow, a month-long residency will be held in in November 2018 for a writer from Krakow.
Freedom to Think:
Book Festival 2018
Edinburgh International Book Festival 2018 calls upon its authors, participants and audiences to consider the importance of freedom, inviting almost 1000 authors, illustrators and performers from across the world to Edinburgh between 11-27 August.