William Boyd Fri 6 Mar. 1pm. Joint Smith's. 57 St Vincent Street. 221 7472. Boyd signs copies of his seventh novel
1 and first for live years. Armadillo
Angela Huth Tue 10 Mar. 6pm. John Smiths. 57 St Vincent Street. 221 7472. The author of lllc’ [and (iirlx reads from her latest novel ll'ives ()f’l'he l-‘is/ier/nen (Little. Brown £15.99).
Who Was The Man Behind The ' Braveheart Myth? Tue 10 Mar. 7pm.
£2. Waterstone's. 153—157 Sauchiehall
Street. 332 9105. Elspeth King introduces
Blind Harry's Wallace (Luath Press £7.50). the original story of the real braveheart. Sir William Wallace.
lack Van Der Spuy Sat 14 Mar. 11.30am. Waterstone's. 153—157 Sauchiehall Street. 332 9105. The author talks about his new book He ((- S/ie (WS Publishing £12.59). and is joined by this
new Scottish publisher. Michio Kaku Sat 14 Mar. 1pm. John
Smiths. 57 St Vincent Street. 221 7472.
The author of the best-selling novel
Hv/wrspace chats about his new book Visions: Hrm‘ Science Will Ret'ululimtixe
i lllt’ 21s! ('enlurv And Beyond (Oxford
University Press £18.99). Spring Fiction Tue 17 Mar. 7pm. £2. Waterstone's. 153—157 Sauchiehall
Street. 332 9105. Lucy lillman reads
\\'aterstone's. 83 George Street. 225 3436.
from her latest novel Man 01' Mango (Review £14.99).
William Boyd Fri 6 Mar. 7.30pm.
Boyd talks‘about and signs copies of his new book Armadillo (Hamilton £16.99).
Angela Huth Mon 9 Mar. 6.30pm. James
Thin. 57 George Street. 225 4495. The author of The land (iirls reads from her latest novel. set in a Scottish fishing village. ll’it'es (Ill/1e Fishermen (Little. Brown £15.99).\
Vicki Bruce Mon 9 Mar. 7pm. Jatnes Thin. 53—59 South Bridge. 556 6743. A talk by the author of In The live ()f'l'lie Beholder ~ The Science ()‘f'l'iuce Perception (Oxford University Press £25). which ties in with the current exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.
. Rosemary Altea Tue 10 Mar. 6.45pm.
£6. Assembly Rooms. 54 George Street. 220 4349. (Tickets froin ()l 159 129000). The international spiritual medium and healer Rosemary Altea shares her insight into the spirit world and chats about her
latest book Proud Spirit (Rider £6.99). Rafi labor and Todd McEwen Tue 10
Mar. 7pm. Waterstone's. 13— 14 Princes Street. 556 3034. An evening of comedy. music and readings with two of America's rising stars. labor reads from his book llll‘ Bear Comes Home (Cape
£9.99) and Mcliwen chats about his latest
novel Arithmetic (C‘ape £9.99). ' Janet Paisley and Tracey Herd Wed I l
Mar. 7.30pm. £4 (£3 ). The Netherbow. 43—45 High Street. 5569579. Poetry readings with acclaimed poet. playwright and story writer Janet Paisley and Gregory Award winner Tracey Herd. Anne Fine Thu 12 Mar. 7pm. Waterstone's. 128 Princes Street. 226 2666. The multi-award winning author of many novels. including Mrs Doubt/ire. reads frotn her latest book 'Ielling l.iddv (Bantrm £15.99).
Michio Kaku Fri 13 Mar. 7pm. James Thin. 53—59 South Bridge. 556 6743. The author gives an illustrated lecture on his latest book lis‘ions.‘ How Science Will Rei'oliaionise The 213! (‘enturv And Beyond (Oxford University Press £18.99).
Caleb Carr Fri 13 Mar. 7.30pm. Waterstone's. 83 George Street. 225 3436. Author of lllt’.‘lll(’l1l.\'l. reads from his second novel lllt’ Angel Ulnar/(net's (Little. Brown £15.99).
Hugh Macmillan and Stuart A. Paterson Sun 15 Mar. 8pm. £1.50 (£1). Fruitmarket Gallery. 45 Market Street. 225 2383. Poetry readings with Hugh Macmillan. whose works include llorridge and Aphrodite 's Anorak and Stuart Paterson. whose collections
include lllt' Ice Horses and Mr Burns For
Joyce Holms Mon 16 Mar. 6.30pm. James Thin. 57 George Street. 225 4495. Local author chats about her second ‘liizz and Buchanan' detective novel. l-‘oreign Body (Headline £5.99).
Lucy Ellman Wed 18 Mar. 7pm. Waterstone's. 13— 14 Princes Street. 556 3034. The Guardian Fiction Prize winner talks about her new novel Man ()r .llango." (Review £14.99).
C.M.G. Himsworth and CR. Monroe Tint 19 Mar. 7pm. James Thin. 53—59 South Bridge. 5566743. A discussion with the authors of Devolution And The Scotland Bill (W. Green £9.95).
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6—l9 Mar 1998 THELIST101