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Dillons , , i... - "' Edna O'Brien Tuesday IO September -.' 7pm -' r
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The bookseller of distinction is at I74- I 76 Argyle Street. Glasgow (32 8AH.
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Neil Gaiman at Dillons.
Dillons inVItes you to meet award- wnnmng author and creat0r of The Sandman Comic. Neil Gaiman, on Tuesday I7th September at lpm. He Wlll be signing copies of his new book Neverwhere (published by BBC Worldede Publishing). a story which IS part fantasy. part hyper reality. based on the original Idea by Neil and Lenny Henry. that ties in With a new BBC TV series. If you can't be there. please ring Ol4l 248 48M. to reserve yOur
The bookseller of distinction is at I74- I76 Argyle Street, Glasgow C52 8AH.
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Waterstone’s East End 13/ 14 Princes Street 0131 556 3034
Tuesday 10th September 7pm Bernice Rubens FREE TICKETS
The Booker-prize winning author of
The Elected Member and Kingdom Come will be here reading from and
signing copies of her latest novel Yesterday in the Back Lane.
Now out in paperback (Abacus £6.99).
Thursday 12th September TICKETS £3
(with £1 off The Kiln on the night)
Launch of 1119 Kiln by William Mcllvanney
Assembly Rooms, George Street
We are pleased to present in con- versation with Alan Taylor from Scotland on Sunday,
’ 3 one of our best loved writers who will also be reading from and signing copies of this
long awaited sequel to the Whitbread winning Docherty.
Monday 16th September 7pm
neil gainan FREE TICKETS
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Winner of the
World Fanatsy Award for The Sandman and Mr Punch, this hugely popular graphic novelist I, A g . has just completed his first '
T.V. series for the BBC and
will be talking about his work and signing copies of the tie-in novel Neverwhere (BBC £9.99).
Tuesday 17th September 7pm
FREE TICKETS Colm Toibl'n & Alex Benzie
Irish writer Colm Toibin will be reading
from his most ambitious novel yet
The Storyof the Night (Picador £15.99)
and Scottish author Alex Benzie who
will read from his beautiful epic novel
The Year’s Midnight now out in paperback (Penguin £6.99).