The Scotia Est. 1792

The Scotia Writers

Besides being popular with musicians, The Scotia has always enjoyed a great many writers amongst our clientele. Great Scottish writers like James Kelman and William McIlvanay graced us with their presence. Glasgow's Urban Voltaire, Jack McLean still pays us the odd visit and has been known to get up and sing with Frank O'Hagan when the mood strikes him.

We continue the literary tradition today with our Writers group which meets on the second Monday of the month. Everyone is welcome either to read their own work or else just to sit and listen to the work of other writers. The standard is very high as is the level of debate and constructive criticism.

For a number of years now we have had an annual Poet Laureate Competition as well as a Short Story Competition which has been growing from year to year with the standards getting higher with each competition, could you be the winner this year?

112 Stockwell Street
G1 4LW
0141 552 8681

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Sun : 12.30pm - 12am

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