Glasgow: Invisible Cities Book Launch, La Bodega, 8th and 15 December, 2016
Launch date on 8th December is full so second event has been arranged for 15th December, 2016
Glasgow: Invisible Cities is a collection of poetry and prose from new writers attending creative writing classes at the University of Strathclyde’s Centre for Lifelong Learning. Dr. Linda Jackson , who teaches on the course has edited this book of student work:
‘They are just marvellous, heads down on a single stimulus and off they go…writing, writing.‘ (LJ)
Guest writers: Janet Paisley, Sheila Templeton, Ruby McCann and Pat Byrne were invited to contribute to the collection.
You will be able to purchase the book at the events – cost £8.
The nights will include readings from the book, dancing from El Fuego De La Noches plus Linda Jackson (editor) known to many as singer Linda Jaxson may be persuaded to sing.
Entry is free but it’s advisable to book a table and enjoy some tapas.
Alexis and Karen offer an evening with a difference at La Bodega, 1120 South St, Glasgow G14 0AP
Come along and savour the dancers, readers and tapas.
- National Library of Scotland Film Friday
- Makar to Makar, Jackie Kay with Imtiaz Dharker and Suzanne Bonnar
- Life is too short online readings and recorded performances
- ‘A Handful of Dates’ Africa in Motion Online
- Historic Significance of Ellisland Farm, Centre for Robert Burns
- The Atom: A Love Affair GFT watch online
- Best of Africa in Motion Shorts – Shoeshine screening online
- BAKOSÓ: AFROBEATS DE CUBA FILM – Africa in Motion
- Online Quiz Night with Duglus T Stewart
- Create & Connect Showcase. Glasgow Women’s Library
- Live from a Tenement – Chiara Berardelli
- National Theatre Live Events GFT
- Singing with Beth, Live on Facebook
- Twitter Chat, Little Women at GFT Online Film Club
- Sounds in the Suburbs Refuweegee Fundraiser
- Nice n Sleazy Big Weekend of Streaming Live
- The Poets’ Time – weekly meetings with Linda Jackson on Zoom
- Creative Conversations: Iain Maloney, Novelist and Poet – Zoom Event
- Ian R. Mitchell – Some Images From Glasgow’s Past
- Stay at Home Literary Fringe Festival