Out on the Page is a catalyst for change; to connect, develop and promote LGBTQ+ writers and writing.

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as a writer with us

  • Prompted Writing Session | £9/£6
    31 May, 19:30 – 21:00
    Online Zoom
    Our monthly session to help support your writing routine and generate new ideas or perspectives. Themed, prompted writing with a distinctly LGBTQ+ twist of course. Suitable for writers at all levels.
  • Writers Café | Free
    Tue, 14 Jun
    Zoom Videoconference - RSVP to get link.
    14 Jun, 20:00 – 21:30 BST
    Zoom Videoconference - RSVP to get link.
    Our monthly get together for LGBTQ+ writers. Drop in anytime during our opening times for relaxed writerly chat and networking. Bring your questions and queries, promote your latest writing, share details of events., make connections and friends. Open to writers at all levels, writing in any form.
  •  LGBTQ+ Writer Development & Networking Day | Norwich | £40
    18 Jun, 10:00 – 16:00
    National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall, 115-123 King St, Norwich NR1 1QE, UK
    Connect with LGBTQ+ writers from the East of England and beyond. Discover what the National Centre for Writing and Out on the Page can do for you. Plus Q&A sessions with guest writer Jon Ransom and Emma Shercliff of Laxfield Literary. For writers in any form or genre. Part Bursaries available.

we work with LGBTQ+ writers

by championing our network of LGBTQ+ writers and their writing to new and larger audiences through social media and showcase platforms.

 

by providing links to other platforms and opportunities.

 

by providing information and support in getting published.

the writing and industry skills of writers at all levels and in relation to their own personal measures of success.

 

the artistic quality of new LGBTQ+ writing in all forms and genres.

 

a focus on established LGBTQ+ writers supporting the development of other LGBTQ+ writers.

 

and encouraging the array of queer and experimental approaches to producing writing and reaching audiences. 

to support each other, share information and experience, and reduce isolation.

 

to learning and development opportunities including those offered by the regional literature development agencies. 

 

to the many facets of the writing industry, including agents and publishers where LGBTQ+ writing is often under-represented.

 

to LGBTQ+ writers and networks internationally to enhance development and broaden opportunities.

Out on the Page is partnering and collaborating
with different organisations to help your writing...

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