Deborah Moffatt

Monday 13 March 2023, 1 p.m. – 2 p.m

University of Glasgow Memorial Chapel, University Avenue Glasgow G12 8QQ

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Deborah Moffatt is a poet who writes in English and in Gaelic. Her most recent collections are “Eating Thistles” (Smokestack Books, 2019) and “Dàin nan Dùil” (Clàr, 2019). She also writes fiction, and her short stories have been published by Bloomsbury, Faber, HarperCollins and Virago

Deborah was born and raised in Vermont, USA, and has lived in Scotland, mostly in North East Fife, since 1982. She has a BA in Communications and Spanish from the University of Washington and an MSc. Communications from Boston University, and has worked as a journalist, as a musician, and as a dancer.

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