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EAST END PRU IRVINE 8c
Easy Peasy (Edbury Presse £12.99)
Barra’s Angel (Fourth Estate £5.99)
JUDITH P. GELLER
Titanic: Women and Children
First (PSL £19.99)
WEST END SALLY MAGNUSSON
Home Life (Harper Collins £10.99)
PAUL JOHNSTON, NICHOLAS BLINCOE AND JOHN CONNOLLY
CAFE 1812 NEIL GAIMAN
Stardust (Headline £16.99) WEST END DANIEL
LIEBOWITZ The Physician and the
Trade (W.H. Freeman £17.95)
GEORGE STREET JOAN NA BLYTHMAN
The Food Our Children Eat
(4th Estate £9.99)
83 Geor C Street, Edinburgh tel: 013 225 3436
West End, 128 Princes Street, Edinburgh
tel: 0131 226 2666
East End, 13-14 Princes Street, Edinburgh
tel: 0131 556 3034/5
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THURSDAY 10 f
Street. 558 7604. 8.30pm. £5 (£4).
Hildebrande Frey Waterstone's. t53—157 Sauchiehall Street. 332 9105. 7pm. Free. The city of Glasgow comes under scrutiny in Frey's new book Designing The City
(Spon £32.50). In this illustrated talk he
discusses the indicators that we should look for in a ‘good’ city.
‘ Better Crack Club Sloan‘s. The Argyll
. Room. Argyll Arcade. 8pm. £2. For further ‘ details call 01506 847935. Michael Kerins
and Ewan McVicar spin the yarns at this regular storytelling club.
Mary Contini and Pru Irvine Waterstone's. 13—14 Princes Street. 556 3034. 7pm. Free. The authors talk about
j their new book Easy Peasv (Ebury £12.99). a guide to real cooking for kids.
I FRIDAY 11
I Paraig MacNeil Hyndland Primary School.
Fortrose Street. 7pm. £1.50 (50p) on door. See Kids listings.
Eileen Campbell Waterstone's. t3—14 Princes Street. 556 3034. 7pm. Free. The best-selling author reads from her new novel Barra Is Angel (Fourth Estate £5.99).
§ set in a small Highland village where Easter ‘ brings a sense of foreboding to the 3 community.
; Iain M Banks And Ken MacLeod
Crawford Arts Centre. 93 North Street.
01334 474610. 7pm. £2 (£1). Sci Fi writers
Banks and MacLeod read from and sign copies of their new novels Inversinns and
1 The Sky Road respectively.
Glasgow Julia Donaldson Hyndland Primary
3 School. Fortrose Street. 10.30am. £2 (50p)
for 4 events. See Kids listings.
How I Became A Writer Hyndland Primary School. Fortrose Street. 10.30am. £2 (50p) for four events on door. See Kids listings.
Soapy Bubbles Hyndland Primary School. Fortrose Street. 1 1.45am. £2 (50p) for four events on door. See Kids listings.
Stories For Young Children Hyndland Primary School. Fortrose Street. 1 1.45am. £2 (50p) for four events on door. See Kids
Jubilee 2000 - Breaking The Chains Of Debt The Tryst. 30 Cranworth Street Hillhead. 339 1588. 8pm. Free. An evening of poetry. music and speakers as part of the Global Chain Reaction. Scottish Link.
Quintin Jardine Ottakar‘s Bookshop. Unit 16. Cameron Toll Shopping Centre. 6 Lady Road. 666 1866. Noon—1pm. Free. The popular Edinburgh writer signs copies of his latest 07. Blackstone story Wearing Purple (Headline £16.99).
Iain M Banks And Ken MacLeod W. H. Smith. Edinburgh Waverley. 557 1 175. l2.30pm. Free. See Fri 11.
Iain M Banks And Ken MacLeod Forbidden Planet. 40—41 South Bridge. 558 8226. l—2pm. Free. See Fri 11.
Des Dillon, Gordon Legge and David
Kinloch Paisley Arts Centre. New Street. 887 1010. 1.30-3.30pm. £3 (£1.50). The authors read from and discuss their work. Part of Paisley Book Festival.
Sti‘itg Iain M Banks And Ken MacLeod
Waterstone‘s. Thistle Marches. 01786 478756. 3—4pm. See Fri 11.
Liz Loc head, John Burnside and Roddy Lumsden Paisley Arts Centre. New Street, 887 1010. 7.3 at. £3 (£1.50). Poetry readin s from ese well-known writers. Part 0 Paisley Book Festival.
Page To Stage Bongo Club. 14 New
’ Performance poetry from Anita (i. lilspeth Murray. Paul Welsh. Sandie Craigie and
' MONDAY 14 : Glasgow
The Monday Rhymes Brel. 39- .13 Ashton Lane. 342 4966. 9pm. Free. Viv Gee hosts this performance poetry evening with guests Mick Parkin and Paul Welsh and music from (iol'dott Graham and Beetroot Bistro. l’art oft/re
Wes! [ind I't’S'Hl'tll.
I’ JUdith P. Geller Waterstone's. 123 l’t'lttc‘c‘s Street. 226 2666. 7pm. Free. (ieller shows
slides and reads from her new book
litatttit': Women .‘IIlll ('hi/(ln'n l’irst (PSI. £19.99) in which she presents true accounts
of the victitns in what was the biggest
maritime disaster in history
Children's Book Festival Various venues.
887 1010. See Kids listings.
, Glasgow Children's Authors (iilniorehill Centre. 9
Unhersity Avenue. 287 5511. 3.30pm. Free. See Kids listings.
Judith P. Geller Waterstonc's. 153 157 Sauchiehall Street. 332 9105. 7pm. £2 (£1 1. See Mon 14.
Sally Magnusson water-stone‘s. 128
Princes Street. 226 2666. 7pm. liree. Journalist and broadcaster Sally Magntisson
talks about her new book Home 1.11;) A (Harper Collins £10.99). a touching portrait
of famil ' life.
i SATURDAY 12 ‘
Keith C eetham John Knox House. High Street. 556 2647. 7.30-8.15pm. Free entry before 6.45an (after £1.95). The author of ()n The Trail ()jdllary Queen ()l'Smts (Luath Press £7.99) talks about the 16()
sites connected with the queen.
Children’s Book Festival Various venues. 887 1010. See Mon 14.
Paisley Making Books Matter To Young People Paisley Ans Centre. New Street. 887 1010.
7—9pm. Free. Three of Britain‘s most
popular children's authors Julie Bertagna. Theresa Breslin and Vivian French look at how to get young people interested in reading.
WEDNESDAY 16 Glasgow Douglas Hurd Borders Books. 283 Buchanan Street. 222 7700. 1pm. Free. The former Minister for Northern Ireland and Foreign Secretary in Margaret Thatcher's government signs copies of his new paperback Shape ()flt'e (Little. Brown £5.99). Children's Authors Gilmorehill Centre. 9 University Avenue. 287 5511. 3.30pm. Free. See Tue 15. Chris Bonington Glasgow Film Theatre. Cafe Cosmo. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. 6.30pm. £4 (£3). Tickets front venue and Waterstone's. Sauchiehall Street. 332 9105. One of Britain's best known mountaineers. Sir Chris Bonington talks about his new book Tibetis Secret Mountain (Weidenfeld & Nicholson £20) and forthcoming Channel 4 series. which tells of his travels with Charles Clarke during their climb of Sepu Kangri. the highest peak of the Tibetan mountain range they visited. Crime Night Borders Books. 283 Buchanan Street. 222 7700. 7pm. Free. An evening of crime fiction with Paul Johnston. Nicholas Blincoe. Morag Joss and Frederic Lindsay.
Children's Book Festival Various venues. 887 1010. See Mon 14.