Exiled Writers Ink works to promote the creative literary expression of refugees and exiles and to encourage cross-cultural dialogue. It provides a platform for the work of writers living in exile in the UK and mainland Europe through performance, publishing and training activities. We believe that the literature, art and culture of exile can provide a focus for communication and integration throughout society, and act as a force for positive change. EWI is a non-political organisation that advocates human rights through literature and literary activism.
Exiled Writers Ink was formally established in 2000 and is a registered charity.
In Memory of Fathieh Saudi
Exiled Writers Ink mourns the passing of Fathieh Saudi, poet, and Exiled Writers Ink former Chair and committee member for many years.
The memorial event for Fathieh will take place at the Mosaic Rooms on Saturday 6th February from 4.00 to 6.00. Everyone is welcome.
Calling women writers! The 2016 @Mslexia Short Story Competition is now open. 1st prize £2,000; closes 14 March. www.mslexia.co.uk/shortstory