Black History Month: Connecting Communities with Clementine E. Burnley

Wednesday 13 October 2021

Join Clementine E. Burnley for a book reading, food and workshop exploring our relationship with race as part of UK Black History Month 2021


Clementine E Burnley is a feminist migrant mother, writer and community organiser.

She lives in Edinburgh. Her work has appeared or is upcoming in Magma, the National Flash Fiction Anthology and The Centifictionist.

She’s a 2021 Sky Arts Award Winner, an alumnus of Obsidian Foundation and a 2021 Edwin Morgan Second Life Grantee.

To ensure safety and compliance with the national COVID-19 legislation, please follow the following guidance while at the event:

– wear face coverings when moving around the building,

– sanitise your hands upon entering the building,

– keep 1 metre distance from other attendees.

If, in the unfortunate event, you develop COVID-19 symptoms (high temperature, continuous caught or a loss of smell or taste) or have been asked to self-isolate by NHS Track & Trace, please do not attend the event and seek advice from NHS.