Aye Write! 2018 Celebration of writing from community-based literacy and creative learners
16th March, 2018 2018 • 1:00PM – 2:30PM
Mitchell Library, North Street, Glasgow G3 7DN
Learners from across the city come together to share their writing on a range of themes.
Come along to this lively event where community-based adult literacy and creative learners from across the city come together to share their writing on a range of themes. The event includes an opportunity to mingle and enjoy the display of learners’ work.
To book a place call 0800 027 6402.
- Marian Keyes at Aye Write, the Mitchell Library
- Aye Write: Wee Write Beano Cartoon Capers, Mitchell Library
- Aye Write: Wee Write One Button Benny with Alan Windram
- Aye Write: Archie Macpherson, Adventures in the Golden Age
- Stuart David at Aye Write, 2018 review by Pat Byrne
- AyeWrite! 2018 Ten Writers Telling Lies
- Stuart David, writer and musician at Aye Write 2018
- Leo Barasi, The Climate Majority, Aye Write 2018
- Jo Pratt & Sumayya Usmani: The Flexible Vegetarian at Aye Write, 2018.
- Owen Mullen, Claire MacLeary and Angus McAllister Criminal Beginnings at Aye Write
- The Books That Made Me, Adele Patrick, Glasgow Women’s Library at Aye Write 2018
- Michael Meighan, Aye Write 2018 – Glasgow in 50 Buildings
- Ash Dykes, Mission Impossible, Aye Write 2018
- Christopher Baker – Monarch of the Glen, Aye Write 2018
- Simon McDermott & Chris Wilson, The Songaminute Man, Aye Write 2018
- Chris Bryant, ‘Entitled’ at Aye Write 2018
- Gail Honeyman and Sarah Winman Word of Mouth Best Sellers, Aye Write 2018
- Scottish Women Writers with Linda Jackson of University of Strathclyde Creative Writing
- Stuart David Peacock’s Alibi, Aye Write 2018
- Wee Write – Family Days at Aye Write! 3 and 4 March, 2018