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Free Events

​ Aye Write! Glasgow's Book Festival is delighted to host this series of free and community events that will be running throughout the festival.

Glasgow's Learning will present a series named If I Could, I Would... with workshops and talks celebrating adult learners writing. We welcome back Amnesty International for their popular talks highlighting the plight of writers throughout the world and you will find events from St Mungo's Mirrorball, Sudden Fame and Scottish Writers Centre and more.

Mitchell Library,
Glasgow G3 7DN

Saturday 18 April

Ex Libris Book Fair    12 - 6pm
Amnesty International: Publish and Be Damned?  5 - 6p

Monday 20 April

Glasgow's Learning - If I could, I would…     1 - 2.30pm

Tuesday 21 April

City of Words    1.30 - 2.30pm
Scottish Writers Centre Speakeasy    6.30 - 7.30pm

Wednesday 22 April

Glasgow's Learning - If I could, I would…  1 - 2.30pm
Mixing The Colours: women speaking about sectarianism    1.30 - 2.30pm

Thursday 23 April

Self Publishing Panel   3 - 4pm

Friday 24 April

Glasgow's Learning - If I could, I would…  1 - 2.30pm
St Mungo’s Mirrorball: Poetry Open Mic   6.30 - 7.30pm
Sudden Fame   8 - 9pm

Federation of Scottish Writers - Sudden Fame

24th Apr 2015  •  8:00PM - 9:00PM  •  Mitchell Library

Read from your own work or simply come along and enjoy readings from local up and coming writers

Federation of Scottish Writers - Sudden Fame The Federation of Writers (Scotland) presents 'Sudden Fame' - a Spoken Word event where members of the public and members of writers' groups are provided with an opportunity to perform a selection of their work.
If you would like to read, please book a slot by emailing admin@writersfederation.org.uk as soon as possible. Places usually fill up fast.

Saturday 25 April

Amnesty International: Love is a Human Right   5 - 6pm

Aye Write 2015: Kate Hamer & Lisa O’Donnell: Family Secrets, Fri 24 April
Aye Write 23 April: Jackie Kay, Zoe Strachan, Allan Radcliffe & Kerry Hudson: Out There - Scottish LGBT Writing
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