7PM THURSDAY 29TH JUNE
Prize-winning American poet will be reading from her latest work.
7PM THURSDAY 6TH JULY
FRENCH CHEF’S COOKING-
Sample fine French wines, cheese and breads with MICHAEL BULLER as he takes us on a personalised trip among his friends - the great French Chefs.
7PM WEDNESDAY TITH JULY
THE FLIGHT OF »' BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE
Hugh Douglas will be discussing this fascinating epi‘sode from Scottish history.
7PM WEDNESDAY 12TH JULY
tom DOUGLAS LOWE
AND ALEX BROWNLIE
for the launch of the complete story of the Open Championship.
HE HERALD BOOK OF THE OPEN
Refreshments will be served
7PM MONDAY 17TH JULY
challenges stereotypical images of life under Islam in his new novel
THE STONE WOMAN
7PM TUESDAY 18TH JULY
WITH LOUISE YEOMAN
Presenter of BBCQ'S Stirring Time guides yOu from the food riots of I800 to the Clydebank blitz.
PICK UP A LEAFLET IN-STORE OR PHONE OUR EVENT HOTLINE ON 0141 222 7700 (OPTION 2) FOR DETAILS OF OUR VARIOUS WRITING/DISCUSSION GROUPS
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THE EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL
12 - 28 August 2000 Charlotte Square Gardens
The largest celebration of the written word in the world.Over 370 authors from across the globe in over 4 O 0 events for adults and children. World-class readings, debates, discus— sions, lectures, work—shops, quizzes,demonstrations, tastings & late
night cabaret with a literary twist...
“A PLACE ‘WHERE THOUGHT HAPPENS"
Till I' SCO’I'SMAN
Programme out now! authenotime 0906 553 5060
(calls cost approximately £2. includes p&p) or pick up a copy from arts and leisure outlets, libraries &. branches ofjames Thin around Scotland or branches of Waterstone's throughout the UK.
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