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Two Edinburgh Teens Chosen for National Writing Project

Two teenagers from Edinburgh have been selectedby Scottish Book Trust to work on a project aimed at increasing opportunities for young people to access and contribute to literary culture across Scotland. Mikaela Carmichael (16) an aspiring Gaelic poet from Liberton, and Anni Cameron (17), an...

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Two Argyll and Bute Teens Chosen for National Writing Project

Two teenagers from Argyll and Bute have been selectedby Scottish Book Trust to work on a project aimed at increasing opportunities for young people to access and contribute to literary culture across Scotland. Scott Thomson (15), an aspiring short story writer from Tobermory, and Katie Luxmoore (15...

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Newport-on-Tay Teen Chosen for National Writing Project

A teenager from Fife has been selected by Scottish Book Trust to work on a project aimed at increasing opportunities for young people to access and contribute to literary culture across Scotland. Erin Morrissey Gillman (17), an aspiring poet from Newport-on-Tay, applied and was accepted to be one...

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Two Nairn Teens Chosen for National Writing Project

Two teenagers from Nairn have been selectedby Scottish Book Trust to work on a project aimed at increasing opportunities for young people to access and contribute to literary culture across Scotland. Sarah Cairney (14) an aspiring short story and creative non-fiction writer, and Finn Macdonald (15...

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Milton Teen Chosen for National Writing Project

A teenager from West Dunbartonshire has been selectedby Scottish Book Trust to work on a project aimed at increasing opportunities for young people to access and contribute to literary culture across Scotland. Caitlyn Bannatyne (17), an aspiring graphic novelist from Milton, applied and was...

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Gordon Teen Chosen for National Writing Project

A teenager from the Scottish Borders has been selectedby Scottish Book Trust to work on a project aimed at increasing opportunities for young people to access and contribute to literary culture across Scotland. Leonie Findlay (16), an aspiring screenwriter from Gordon, applied and was accepted to...

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Cove Bay Teen Chosen for National Writing Project

A teenager from Aberdeen has been selectedby Scottish Book Trust to work on a project aimed at increasing opportunities for young people to access and contribute to literary culture across Scotland. Ribh O’Neill (14), an aspiring travelogue and novels writer from Cove Bay, applied and was accepted...

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Aspiring Gaelic Poet Chosen for National Writing Project

An aspiring Gaelic poet from Edinburgh has been selectedby Scottish Book Trust to work on a project aimed at increasing opportunities for young people to access and contribute to literary culture across Scotland. Mikaela Carmichael (16) from Liberton, applied and was accepted to be one of ten young...

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Ten Teenagers Chosen to Shape Young Scots’ Literary Experience

Scottish Book Trust has today, Wednesday 9 December, announced the names of the ten teenagers who have been recruited to the What’s Your Story ? programme to help increase opportunities for young people to access and contribute to literary culture across Scotland. The group, who represent many...

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Top 3 Most Shareable Quotes from Books Revealed

Top 3 Most Shareable Quotes from Books Revealed As part of Book Week Scotland 2015 The top 3 most shareable quotes from books have today (26 th November) been announced by Scottish Book Trust, as part of Book Week Scotland 2015 . The poll attracted almost 1,000 votes, with people being asked to...

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