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Elsewhere Day – a thing on Wednesday

So, I’m proud to be part of this thing happening on Wednesday. I’m at the Edinburgh leg alongside a fantastic bunch of writers, I think it kicks off at 6pm. Free entry, free wine, free chat. All good. Hopefully see … Continue reading

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Elsewhere = book porn

I’m not much of a book coveter, but I’m making an exception for this. My author copies of the Elsewhere box set came through the post yesterday, and they look, feel and smell gorgeous. If you don’t know, it’s a … Continue reading

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“What is it with you and car crashes?”

OK, so had my first ever event based on Hit & Run at the weekend there, a joint event at the Margins Festival in The Arches alongside fantastic writer and pal Helen FitzGerald, hosted by the equally talented Anneliese Mackintosh … Continue reading

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words per minute – hot shit

To paraphrase Zoolander for a moment, ‘Glasgow is soooo hot right now’. And at the centre of that burning cultural furnace is Words Per Minute, a spoken word/music/film/general extravaganza that occurs once a month at the ultra-cool Arches. If you … Continue reading

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margins festival

Hey, I’m performing at Margins Festival. What the hell is Margins Festival? Four days of music and book events at Stereo in Glasgow Thursday 17th – Sunday 20th February. Each event is just ¬£1 a ticket. ¬£1? Really? Yes, really. … Continue reading

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