Gloriously gallus author, TV presenter and Munro bagger extraordinaire Muriel Gray will be joining the Cove and Kilcreggan Book festival for a wonderfully entertaining event.
In the cosy atmosphere of the Museum of Childhood, hear tales of dreams and adventures from storyteller Ailie Finlay, colourfully illuminated by a real Victorian magic lantern show.
Alistair Moffat, award winning writer and journalist, unveils Scottish History from earliest time until today at this fascinating event.
The Making of George Wyllie - sparkling new biography of the "Why's Man".
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Ian Campbell retired from the chair of Scottish and Victorian Literature at the University of Edinburgh, where he remains Emeritus Professor and Teaching Fellow. There are innumerable ways of writing and of awarding prizes. Above all, fairness matters. Saltire Prize judging has given Ian years of experience and perspective.
Former Scots Makar Liz Lochhead reads and talks about her latest poetry collection. Enjoy an unforgettable evening with a national treasure.
Tartan Noir King Chris Brookmyre talks about his latest award winning novel, Black Widow.
Aberdeen City Libraries will welcome one of Aberdeen’s own award winning writers to help us bring our Book Week Scotland celebrations to a close.
Born in Cairo, brought up in Khartoum and now living in Aberdeen, Leila Aboulela will visit Aberdeen Central Library on Saturday 26 November at 2.30pm to talk about her fantastic works including her latest novel ‘The Kindness of Enemies’.
Spaces at this free event are limited so booking is essential.
Discover the real life dramas of Rab C Nesbitt actor Gregor Fisher at this insightful event featuring the co-author of his recent biography, Melanie Reid.
Melanie collaborated with GREGOR FISHER and wrote The Boy From Nowhere which tells the tangled tale of his upbringing. Fisher was adopted not once but twice, his mother having died of a heart condition and his adoptive mum perishing in a fire. His third adoptive family does not come under the heading of joyful.