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Waterstone’s in March and April
(Signing session from 12.30-2pm)
“THE SAME RIVER TWICE” (Women’s Press £7.99)
AND DENISE MINA “GARNETHILL” (Bantam £15.99) “FUTON FEVER” (Blackace £14.95)
AT THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS "THE PECULIAR MEMORIES OF THOMAS PENMAN" (Bloomsbury £14.99)
"THE FIFTH MOUNTAIN” (£12.99)
H SAVED H (Littlebrown £6.99)
EAST END Virago presents.
AND KARIN COOK "LADY MOSES” (Virago £9.99) “WHAT GIRLS LEARN”(v.rago £6 99;
83 George Street. lidinburgh
tel: 0131 22:3 3430
West Iind. 128 Princes Street. I'idinbnrgh tel: 0131 220 2000
Past I‘an. 13—111 Princes Street. Iidinburgh
tel: 0131 556 3034/5
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Alice Walker Royal (‘oncert Ilall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 2S7 5511. 7.30pm. £4 (£2 ). .-\ rare visit to Scotland lTUlll the Pulitzer Prize-w inning author of The (’u/ur l’iirp/e. w ho will be talking about her lite atid her new novel .'lll\l/IIIIQ 111' [me (in) Be .Stiiet/ 1\\.(1111L‘ll.\ Press £11.99).
David Woodfall Beyond \Vot‘ds Bookshop. 42 44 (‘ockburn Street. 226 6636. S 9 30pm. £4 (£2.50). .-\ talk and slide presentation by landscape and
w ll(llllt‘ photographer. David Woodiall. based on his recent book Natural Heuri/um/i (Swan Ilill Press £24.95).
Alice Walker \V’aterstone's. 128 Princes Street. 2262666. 12.30pm. See Thu 30. Poems 8: Pints The West lint) llolel. Palmerston Place. 7.30pm. £1.50 (£1 ). For more details contact the Iidtnburgh \Vriters' .-\ssociation. 337 S277. Poet and critic Tom l.eonard is the special guest at this evening ()1 poetry. prose and lloorspols.
Paraig MacNeill and James MacDonald Reid Netherbow Arts ('entre. 43 45 High Street. 556 9579/2647. 7.30pm. £5 (£3). To celebrate at Rob Roy themed weekend at the Storytelling Centre. MacNeill and .lames MacDonald Reid present stories and song with music from the .\Iac(iregors. See Kids listings.
8reakfast@Cyberia with Geoff Ryman (‘yberia. Internet ('al‘e. RS Hano\ er Street. 220 4403. 1 lam. Tickets from all lidinburgh branches of Waterstone‘s. (ieol'l' Ry man chats abotit his acclaimed internet novel 25“ (Ilarpei('ollins £6.99). in which we meet the 253 passengers tra\elltng on a l.ondon tube train.
Christopher Whyte Water-stone's.
153 157 Sauchiehall Street. 3329105. 7pm. The author chats about his latest nos e1 (luv l)('( uniemn (Victor (iollanc/ £16.99).
Denise Mina and Dawn Anderson \Vateistone's. 13/14 Princes Street. 556 1034 7pm. .-\n eyeiiing with two tip-and- coining Scottish no\e|ists .\lina chats about her (list tio\ e1 (Till'lli’I/II/l ( Bantam £15.99) and .-\ndeison talks about her debut I’M/on Trier)Black/\ce £14.95). See l'amespotting tor Denise .\lin.i.
Bruce Robinson Assembly Rooms. 54 (ieoige Street. 22114343, 7.30pm. £.3
:£ 150). Tickets l'rom all branches of \\'.tlt‘tsl()llc‘.\ and Ilitc‘kc‘lltllc‘ ()tlllc‘ls. T/lt’ l.iir‘s editor .-\lan .\lt)l'l'l\()ll. will be in conversation with the .»\cadem_v Award- nominated w titer/director Bruce Robinson. Known to most as the author and director ol the cult tilm ll'illiiiiu/ .‘lllt/ /. he talks about his new nov e1 'Ihe /)('(Ill/(1”.TI(IIIIU'I('\ (U TTIHHNH l’t’lllllrlll (I‘lltttilllsl‘lll_\ £1499) See pie\ iew.
Denise Mina w'aieisione‘s. I53 I57 Sauchiehall Street. . 329105. 7pm. The (ilasgow -born author chats about her debut nos e1 (itirueihi/l ( lsantam £15.99). See I‘.tlllc‘\[‘t)lltll:_‘.
Andy McArthur John Smith. 57 St
Christopher Whyte .lames Thin. 53 5‘) South Bridge. 5566743. 7pm. See Tue 5. Paulo Coe ho Waterstone‘s. I28 Princes Street. 226 2666. 7pm. Brazil's best known novelist arid author of the international best-seller The .-llehenu'.it. talks about his latest novel The Fifth .llomuuin (HarperCollins £14.99).
FRIDAY 3 I Glasgow Nick Nairn Watet'slone's. I53 I57 Sauchiehall Street. 332 9105. 1 2pm. Top T\' chef and author of the popular ll’i/tl Hurt M! series. sigti copies of his latest book li/um/ Hit/Tex! (1313C Books £16.99).
SATURDAY 9 '
Vincent Street. 221 7472. 12.30pm. The author and lecturer at Glasgow University talks about his latest book ()H’I' The 71);) Hill) The Till'lllll .-lrntv (Lewis Press £7.99).
Glasgow . Tony Bullimore (ilasgow Royal (‘oncert ; Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 287 5511. I 1pm. £2 £2.50. For live days'l‘ony 1 Rullunore was trapped in a tiny air pocket iii the Iiull ol' his capsized yacht. He will be talking about his experiences as told in his book Sayer/(Little. Brown £6.99).
Tony Bullimore Waterstone's. 12S Princes Street. 226 2666. 7pm. See above.
On Childhood Violence Royal Botanic (iarden. Inverleith House. 552 7171. 7.30pm. £8. For further information I contact the Trust on ()141 353 3399. Poet. writer and journalist Blake Morrison ; delivers the (‘hild Psychotherapy Trust Scotland's Annual Friends lecture.
mamm- ' Glasgow L Sophie Grigson Waterstone's. 153-157 I Sauchiehall Street. 3329105. 12.30 —lpm. A mouth-watering cookery demonstration with the popular author and TV ; personality Sophie Cirigson. Her latest ‘ book I’ixh (Headline £20). co-written by y
her husband William Black. draws on their experiences of cooking and eating IAISII.
' Edinburgh I
Virago Presents Lucinda Roy and . Karin Cook Waterstone's. 13/14 Princes Street. 556 3.034. 7pm. Britain's acclaimed women's publishing house present two new authors. (‘ook has
w ritten a l‘unny novel oI love and loss entitled ll'litir (lir/i /.(’(ll'll (Virago £6.99) and Roy 's [xii/v .llmei (Virago £9.99)
tells the story of three generations oi .‘yloses lattiin women. ;
THURSDAY 14 3
Chinese Medicine with Tom Williams Waterstone's. 153 157 Sauchiehall Street. 332 9105. 7pm. £2. With the
grow ing popularity olC‘hinese medicine. Tom Williams who runs an acupuncture clinic in (ilasgow and author of The (‘unip/ele Ill/titrated (itm/e 'Ii) ('hi/teie .‘lIei/ii me (lilemcttt £16.99). chats about
the principles and practise o1~ what he
Radical Book Fair .\lcl)onald Library. Nelson llall. .\Icl)onald Road. For more inlorination call Word Pow er Bookshop. 662 91 12. The second lidinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair (Thu
14 Sat 16 May. organised by Word Power bookshop. Performance poet Benjamin Zephaniah opens the festival on Thu 14 May. 7.15pm.