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Sat, 27 Apr


Zoom Videoconference

International Network Café | Free - Donation Welcome

We're looking to develop our worldwide network of LGBTQ+ writers. This event will discuss how we might do this. If you are a published (print or online) writer and want to do a short reading, we'd love to hear from you. Supportive translators, editors, agents, publishers and organisations welcome.

International Network Café | Free - Donation Welcome
International Network Café | Free - Donation Welcome

Time & Location

27 Apr 2024, 16:00 – 18:00 BST

Zoom Videoconference

About the Event

About Out on the Page 

Out on the Page is a UK based LGBTQ+ writer project that has been running since 2018 and has run over 250 events online and in-person. We already have connections to writers in over 50 countries.  In the past we have run several successful International Cafés. We recently attended and spoke at ILX24, an International Literature event supported by the National Centre for Writing (England) and the British Council.   

About our International Network Café

This first event will be held in English, though we will open up breakout rooms in other languages based on the information we receive at booking.

It will be jointly hosted by Paul Bradley and Walter Meyer.

Following a recent review we have decided to solely focus on developing an international network of LGBTQ+ writers and supporting professionals. 

First and foremonst this is a chance to meet other LGBTQ+ writers and related professionals across the world, but we also want to use this event to :

1. Identify literary activists who can help us develop this project.

2. Begin to connect LGBTQ+ writers and literary industry professionals

3. Decide on some next steps inluding seeking funding.

4. Find a name for our network.

5. Hear some readings from writers from around the world. We are aiming to do double readingswhere applicable,  i.e in the original language piece was written in , and English. 

Want to do a Reading at this event?

You will be asked at the ticket booking stage and we will then be in touch with you separately. The work should be published online or in print in any language. We would aim for the reading to be in the original language and English - we can discuss the details of how we might do that. 

About Paul Bradley

Paul is the Founder and Director of Out on the Page.

He writes as Sam Jenks - find his website here

About Walter G. Meyer

Walter G. Meyer is the author of 8 books, including the gay-themed novel, Rounding Third, which was nominated for several book awards, The novel garnered him invitations to speak across the USA along with appearances on TV and Radio. Walter has written for dozens of magazines and newspapers including all of the major LGBTQ+ ones, and has written about LGBTQ+ issues for the mainstream media including writing his coming out story for the Los Angeles Times.

For the last few years, he has been a digital nomad, writing wherever he can plug in his laptop.

Find his website here

Tickets are Free though Donations ...

We currently do not have any funds for this project and so any donations via the ticket booking section would be really appreciated. Free tickets are also available.


  • Standard Ticket

    Free or Small Donation. A small donation would go towards covering IT licences and other admin costs going forward..




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