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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, encourages cross-cultural dialogue and advocates human rights through literature and literary activism.

Arts in Dark Times:

Endangered in Afghanistan
13 Nov

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Issue 4

Free New Exiled Ink magazine

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Creative Writing Workshops for 2021

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Our Chair, Catherine Davidson, has been appointed poetry editor of the on-line magazine Society Today edited by former EWI Chair, Hom Paribag. Her first review was of our anthology Resistance which marked our 20th anniversary.

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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 >

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