Today’s Book Review – Liz Niven

Written by on April 13, 2012

Liz Niven is an award winning Poet with a great catalogue of work.  Like many excellent writers Liz lives and works in Dumfries & Galloway.  Many thanks to BDS in Dumfries for organising this great interview.

Find out all about Liz and her work at 1.30pm today on the Friday Magazine Show.

After the interview is aired it will be available as a Podcast to listen to again.

Liz Niven is one of Scotland’s most popular poetry facilitators. She is a poet writing in English and Scots and has published  several poetry collections, including The Shard Box, Burning Whins, Stravaigin

She has written and edited texts to support Scots and English language work in  Education and appeared in Literary and Language events in Europe, Scandinavia and the Far East.

 Her collaborative work includes various projects with artists, photographers  and sculptors.

The public  art work Cree Lines in South West Scotland was a text-led collaboration with Scottish Natural  Heritage, but there is a lot…lot more!


Reader's opinions
  1. alyx martin   On   April 14, 2012 at 11:03 pm

    dear liz
    would you be willing to come to our creative writing group and lead us in a session to encourage us in writing please thanks alyx
    Our group is based in the North west Resource Centre lincluden dumfries and is called Scribblers and has been in existence since 2000. We would love to have your expertise and input at our group my name is alyx and if you wish to contact me my number is 07827337474 we look forward to hearing from you
    your Alyx

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