Publishing Scotland International Showcase, University of Glasgow Chapel


Thursday 23 August 2018

17:00 – 20:00

University of Glasgow Memorial Chapel

Malachy Tallack, Chitra Ramaswamy, Alan Parks, Mick Kitson and Sally Magnusson, chaired by Louise Welsh

Malachy Tallack, Chitra Ramaswamy, Alan Parks, Mick Kitson and Sally Magnusson will be reading and discussing their work with Professor of Creative Writing Louise Welsh, in honour of Publishing Scotland’s International Fellows 2018. The fellowship facilitates international exchange and comprises nine invited Fellows from Germany, France, Italy, Finland, US and South Korea.

‘Now more than ever, it’s vital that we maintain our international connections and ambition. The book world is fuelled by relationships that we make through book fairs, selling rights and licensing, and the Fellowship scheme allows us to develop and deepen those relationships between the Scottish publishing industry and the rest of the world.’ Marion Sinclair, Chief Executive of Publishing Scotland

This is a wonderful opportunity to engage with some of the most talented writers working in Scotland today and to mingle with international publishing professionals. The showcase is free and will be followed by a wine reception. All Welcome.

University of Glasgow Memorial Chapel, Main Building Gilmorehill Campus, University of Glasgow, Chapel Corridor (South), West Quadrangle, Glasgow G12 8QQ

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