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  • Scottish Writers' Centre (Facebook, Twitter) - The Scottish Writers’ Centre is a countrywide resource, which supports national writers and promotes Scotland’s vibrant literary culture. Operated solely by volunteers, the SWC is therefore by writers, for writers – the organisation provides a space for writers to meet, share ideas and experiences about the craft, and learn from those further advanced.
  • Glasgow SF Writers' Circle - GSFWC is a critique workshop for writers of fantastical literature based in Scotland.
  • Weegie Wednesday: Glasgow's Writing Network - The monthly networking group for people connected to books, publishing, bookselling – illustrators, comic book writers, drama, radio, TV, media and all related creative industries
  • Queens Park Railway Club - An artist run space located on the platform of Queens Park Railway Station on the South side of Glasgow. Run by Patrick Jameson and Ellis Luxemburg, the space has a continuing programme of events including exhibitions and residencies for artists and writers.
  • Meetup: Shut up and Write! - Shut Up & Write!® is more than a movement, more than a good idea. We’re a method of writing that delivers. As an international organization, we are thousands of writers in a worldwide community, but most importantly, we are writers who write together in a local cafe. Join us.
  • Outwith Books (Twitter, Instagram) - Outwith Books started as a place for people to write together. With a bookshop on the side. We opened in summer 2019 and then… well, you know what happened. Things switched around, and we’re now a bookshop, with a small writing space out the back. It’s currently dormant, while the pandemic is unresolved.
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Books set in Glasgow

  • The Toffs in the Tenement - The Toffs in the Tenement and The Toffs in the Towerblock are the titles of the Amazon bestselling books by Glasgow author Ron Windward (The eagerly awaited third book The Toffs in the West End will be available shortly). These hilarious Glasgow comedies are set in the slum tenements of Bridgeton Glasgow in 1968 and describe the trials and tribulations of the Nairn family.
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