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Exiled Writers Ink, founded in 2000, brings together established and developing writers from repressive regimes and war-torn situations and it equally embraces migrants and exiles. Providing a safe, welcoming space for writers to be heard, Exiled Writers Ink develops and promotes the creative literary expression of refugees, migrants and exiles, increases their representation in the mainstream literary world and advocates human rights through literature and literary activism.

Equidistance

Exiled Lit Cafe
9 May at 7pm

Equidistance

Monday 9th May 2022 at 7pm

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Free New

Exiled Ink magazine
Issue 4

Free New Exiled Ink magazine

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Chap books for Sale

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Books and Booklets

Chap books for Sale

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Workshops

Workhops
Creative Writing

Workshops

Creative Writing Workshops

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Events

The Mirror Speaks: In Search of Ourselves,
9 April at 7 pm via Zoom

Events

Poets from Exiled Writers Ink at the Cheltenham Poetry Festival

9 April at 7pm via zoom

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Fighting Words: Poets for Ukraine

Fighting Words: Poets for Ukraine

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Free Read Scheme

Free Read Scheme

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We are delighted to announce that Exiled Writers Ink

is on the Publishers Award’s Short list for the

2021 Michael Marks Awards for Poetry Pamphlets.

Judges’ Comments “Over the past few years, the publishing arm of London’s Exiled Writers Ink writing group has consistently issued pamphlets featuring poets of the highest quality drawn from all parts of the world, including Cyprus, Sierra Leone, Syria, Algeria and Afghanistan, supporting the urgent work of deracinated writers, migrants and refugees. Their mentorship scheme, pairing emerging poets with established tutors and editors makes for a list that brims with verve and vivacity.” click here >

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The Guardian

Exiled Writers Ink letter to The Guardian (9.7.2021) against Priti Patel’s new proposals for dealing with refugees. Read more >

The Times

Call for Afghan actors, writers, and filmmakers to be given safe passage. Index on Censorship Letter to The Times (11.9.2021) signed by some Exiled Writers Ink people. Click here >

Exiled Writers Ink signs letter: Afghanistan – Cultural organisations urge UK government to act
https://www.englishpen.org/posts/news/afghanistan-cultural-organisations-urge-uk-government-to-open-acrs/

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