Literary Lunchtimes, Bar Gandolfi, November – December, 2014
Sponsored by the School of Humanities University of Strathclyde
All events will be introduced by Chris Agee, the Keith Wright Literary Fellow at University of Strathclyde.
Wednesday 12 November – 1 p.m.
One of Glasgow’s great literary sons will read from his uniquely versatile work
Wednesday 26 November – 1 p.m.
The acclaimed poet, essayist and travel writer will read from her recent work, including on the natural world.
Christine De Luca (The Edinburgh Makar) and Robert Alan Jamieson
Wednesday 10 December – 1 p.m.
Two Distinguished poets from Shetland, now living in Edinburgh, read from their work imbued with the Scots of their native territory.
Free. Come along a bit early and grab a drink and a bite to eat.
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