Blog Posts tagged: live literature

Cover of Filmish by Edward Ross

Get Your Pupils Writing Comics

Scottish Book Trust's Live Literature programme can help you fund a visit from a writer, whether you're a school, library or other community organisation. In this blog post, Doon Academy library assistant Chris Kelso tells us more about he used Live Literature to bring in graphic novelist Edward Ross for a comic writing session with pupils.

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How One Early Years Centre Helped Bring Books to Life

How Live Literature brought books to life for children at Granton Early Years Centre

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Catherine Rayner at a Bookbug Week Event

Bookbug Week Events Supported by Live Literature

We share some of the wonderful events for children and adults taking place this Bookbug Week with the help of Live Literature funding.

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5 Ways to Make Your Live Literature Application the Best it Can Be

Are you getting your application for Live Literature sessions ready? We share some tips from past panellists to help you make it great!

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Inspiring Young Writers with Toonspeak Young People's Theatre

Find out how 20 dedicated 11-25 year-olds created the show 'Word of Mouth' with Toonspeak's artistic director Skye Loneragan.

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Jenny Lindsay at the New Writers Awards Showcase

Helping LGBT People Find Their Voices Through Creative Writing

Creative writing workshops give LGBT people living with long-term health conditions an opportunity to write, share and perform. Alison Wren writes about the project ahead of the performance event this Saturday.

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Author Jacqueline Wilson with schoolchildren

How Live Literature Can Help You Host an Author Event

Have you ever wanted to run a project with an author in your community? Here's how Live Literature can make that happen!

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Live Literature Funding event

5 Myths about Live Literature Funding

Kay Bohan dispels 5 common myths about Live Literature Funding.

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Dalry Primary School: From pen to published

Bringing pupils from around the world together by creating a recipe book.

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Gabriella and her mural

My Book Week Day Out In the Highlands

Live Literature Co-ordinator Julie reports back from some real-world BWS adventures

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