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It’s been quite some time since we’ve had a novel from Ian McEwan, but the wait is over and Enduring Love is with us at last. Fans of his previous work (The Cement Garden, The Child In Time, Black Dogs) will not be disappointed by this story of a dangerous and relentless obsession and Ian will be here to read and take
questions about his work.
(with £2 off
Tickets £2 , Enduring Love)
KISSING AND TELLING: A PARTY To THURS CELEBRATE THE 18 POLYGON WOMEN'S FICTION UK 7 PM TOUR
Polygon has acquired a reputation over the years for spotting new writing talent, publishing amongst others Janice Galloway, A.L. Kennedy and Liz Lochhead. To show their continued commitment to new writing, we present tonight three vibrant new voices, in the shape of Ruth Thomas (Sea Monster Tattoo), Siri Reynolds (House of Rooms) and Margaret Burnett (Indians Don 't Kiss) Come along and hear these authors read and chat about their work and plans
for the future.
In his long and distinguished career, Norman Mailer has written 30 books and twice received the Pulitzer prize. This grand old man ofAmerican letters will be here to read from his latest novel The Gospel According to the Son (Abacus £14). Based on the life ofJesus Christ, the book has unleashed a storm ofcontroversy on publication in the US. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to
meet this legendary figure.
(with £2 off The Gospel
GRAND OPENING 22nd Sept at 12 noon
NICK HORNBY, IAIN BANKS and TEENAGE FANCLUB. WITH CHILDREN'S CHARACTERS, ENTERTAINERS, MUSIC
WATERSTONE’S 153 — 157 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 SEW
tel 0141 332 9105