MONDAY IOTH JUNE 7PM
Reading from and signing copies of his debut novel Milk Tieading, a political thriller with a twist the characters are cats! Nick will also talk abOut the writing process and his screenwriting career for inde- pendent filmmakers and maior television channels. As an actor he has appeared in, amongst others, Taggart, High Road, MacCa/lum and The Creatives.
MONDAYS I IAM
Activities & fun for pre-school. Free filter coffee and iuice.
WEDNESDAYS 7PM - 9PM
FREE HEAD & NECK MASSAGE
Relax and unwind alter a hard day at the office with our profession- al masseur.
OTHERWORLDS DISCUSSION GROUP
Discuss y0ur love and hates in the realms in science fiction, fantasy and horror. Is the new Star Wars movie all its cracked out to be or is mild mannered Peter Parker affectionately known as Spiderman gonna whup George Lucass ass!
'SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS 12PM & 2PM
Stories new and old to enthral kids of all ages. Even you dad, yes that's right, we can see yOU hiding at the back!
SUNDAYS 12PM - 3PM
Lion's, tigers and bears, whatever, you choose in the kids depart- I ment. Arrive early to avoid disappointment. Very popular.
You've seen the dysfunctional bookgroup on Channel 4. We would love to hear from any like minded people who need a quiet, com- fortable place With which to vent their spleen. Give us a call or pop in and talk to us. Be it contemporary fiction or the role of Shakespeare in Hollywood postmodernist blockbusters starring
' Bruce Willis.
EVENTS AT BRDERS
THURSDAY 6TH JUNE 7PM
Alan Warner will be reading from and talking ab0ut his new novel The Man Who Walks. Alter the theft of a pub's World Cup cash kitty, a homeless drifter pursues his eccentric uncle ’The Man Who Walks' into the Highlands to recover the money. The nephew's frantic, stalled progress forms Warner's fourth, wickedly hilarious novel.
THURSDAY 13TH JUNE 7PM
Colin Baxter Publishing launch their Visitor Guide to Scotland, and Douglas Bremner presents his book on the National Trust for Scotland For The Benefit of The Nation.
MONDAY 17TH JUNE 7PM
Former nightclub doorman, personal trainer to private police and bodyguards, and author of Watch My Back and Dead or Alive: The Choice is Yours, Geoff Thompson will be talking ab0ut the art of self-protection.
THURSDAY 20TH JUNE 7PM
SPEAKING FROM THE HEART
As part of Refugee Week Ghazi Hussain, Jila Peacock and Gerry Loose will be reading poetry that reflects the OSyIum seeker's expe- rience. In association with Scottish PEN and the Scottish Refugee Cauncil.
THURSDAY 27TH JUNE 7PM
To celebrate the career to date of Scotland's most influential writer, the British Library is publishing a volume of essays written on the works of Alasdair Gray. Contributors to the book, along with Gray himself, will be reading from and discussing their work.
THURSDAY 18TH JULY 7PM
John Mayer will be discussing his book Nuclear Peace, which details the true story of three women in Loch GOiI who disarmed the Trident Nuclear Submarine; and who, with the help of Mayer,
won their case in caurt and were awarded the Right Livelihood Award far World Peace (presented by the Swedish Deputy Prime Minister as the
alternative Nobel Peace Prize).
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