Events & Projects

Loki, Rana Marathon & Victoria McNulty - what a line up at Saint Luke's on the 23rd! The Scottish poetic Read more
I've gone back to writing short stories this year and put a couple forward for prizes. I was fortunate enough Read more
Getting close folks! I hope to see you at one of the events to launch 'To Live With What You Read more
Come along to Sunrise Holistic on Saturday 1st September for an excellent opportunity to tune in to your creativity. Writer Read more
Charlie Gracie is developing an exciting partnership with Teresa Johnston from Sunrise Holistic. Teresa has established a centre for spiritual Read more
Charlie Gracie is delighted to be hosting the Scottish Writers' Centre event at Glasgow's Aye Write! book festival on Wednesday Read more
The first novel from Charlie Gracie, To Live With What You Are, will be published later this year by Postbox Read more
Would you like to take part in an emotionally and creatively energising workshop in beautiful surroundings? I'm delighted to be Read more
I was really honoured to be one of the judges for the first Get Write In! competition for children with Read more
A book launch is a great night out for any writer and I've been at a few recently. Two of Read more
Jackie Kay, Scotland's Makar, will lead the judging panel for Get Write In, a new and exciting writing competition for all school-aged Read more
Murmurations is Pefkin's new vinyl album on the Belgian-based Morc Records. Excellent, stuff, with long, ranging pieces that take you one Read more
Scotia Extremis has been an excellent project run by Brian Johnstone and Andy Jackson. I'm delighted that my poem Ye dancing? features Read more
Yet again Scotia Extremis hits the mark with work by Scottish poets about Scottish singers. Susan Magdalene is an aching poem Read more
I didn't win, but my wee poem Jackdaws was shortlisted for the Bridport Poetry Competition 2016. I am also pleased to Read more
To Live With What You Are will become the first Charlie Gracie novel to be published, following up on my poetry Read more
I was very pleased to have Good Morning reviewed by one of Scotland's best writers, Des Dillon. Charlie Gracie’s collection Read more
I will be tutoring at the newly reformed Stirling Writers' Group for the next couple of weeks, starting on Tuesday, Read more