63-65 Queen Street Glasgow G1 SEN
'OUTWARD GAZE' A celebration of Gay & Lesbian writing.
A Thursday 17th May - 7.00 p.m. "Worlds unlike our own" a reading of Women's Science Fiction by Jane Carnal], Margaret Elphinstone & Lisa Tuttle from their books.
A Monday let May - 6.30p.m.
"Had I a Hundred Mouths" James Kelman will be reading from the writings of William Goyen (Publisher Serpents Tail)
A Wednesday 23rd May - 7.00p.m.
Tom Wakeﬁeld reading from his novels. (Publishers G.M.P. & Serpents Tail)
A Thursday 24th May - 7.00p.m.
"A Chronology of Love Poetry" a reassessment? by Edwin Morgan of his
poetry including previous y un ublished
and unper ormed
Poetry. A Please 'phone 041 226 5762 or call in person for your free admission tickets.
Supported by Maytest and S.R.C. For information
on other Outward Gaze events please 'phone 041 204 1049
In the beginning there was THE STAND. . .
Now read it in the version the author always wanted you to!
FIRST TllM THE COMlPLETE
I I( )(Ideré: Silillghtnn I ’Illllis/mrs
WAT ERSTON E’s} BOOKSELLERS/
WATERSTONE'S BOOKSELLERS ARE PROUD TO INVITE YOU TO TWO IMPORTANT EVENTS.
On Wednesday 9th May at 7.30pm In his only appearance outside London The Austrian Novelist
CHRISTOPH RANSMAYR will be reading from his European bestseller
THE LAST WORLD
(Chatto & Windus, £12.95)
And on Thursday 17th May at 7.30pm
will read from his brilliant new novel
If you are unable to attend and wish to reserve a signed copy, please phone 031 225 3436.
All major credit cards accepted. Free entry to both events. Refreshments provided.
WATERSTONE 8: CO. 114 GEORGE ST., EDINBURGH, EH2 4LX.