Book Week Scotland 2017, Bernard MacLaverty, The Mitchell
27 November, 2017 – 6.30 p.m.
The Mitchell Library
Sixteen years on from his last novel, Bernard MacLaverty reminds us why he is regarded as one of our greatest living writers. Bernard discusses his new book, Midwinter Break.
Bernard MacLaverty was born in Belfast but has made Scotland his home for more than 40 years. Bernard will be talking about and signing copies of the book.
Glasgow Libraries present Book Week Scotland. This event is in association with Aye Write Book Festival.
Mitchell Library, North Street, Glasgow, G3 7DN
- The Glasgow Diet – Documentary on History of Food fundraiser
- New Life Gym, Maryhill, Glasgow
- The Social Isolation Film Festival curated by GFT
- ‘the lactic acid in the calves of your despair’ poetry collection by Ali Whitelock
- The Nae Pub Quiz Round 2 – Gigs in Scotland
- New Collection of Poems: Poor Wurld by Jim Ferguson
- The Clearing: A memoir of art, family and mental health by Samantha Clark
- The Siren Awakes – memoir by Linda Jackson
- Blessed Assurance by Stewart Ennis
- Stevenson Jewellers Glasgow West End
- ‘Doors tae Naewye’ poetry by Christie Williamson
- Cottiers Pub Quiz – Cancelled until further notice
- Poor Wurld by Jim Ferguson – Book Launch Party Postponed
- Keeping Time novel by Thomas Legendre
- Much Left Unsaid by Finola Scott – poetry
- Freddy Anderson, Afternoon of Literature, Poetry and Song
- Women Writers: Maria Marchinadu, Tracy Patrick and Eloise Oui
- Glasgow Short Film Festival 2020: My First Film
- Sweet Charity, Websters Theatre
- Neu Reekie at Aye Write