So far we have three agreed: Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh. We are waiting for confirmation of the Newcastle Upon Tyne date early in the new year, and other readings will take place over the next few weeks and months.
dates in the diary
20 November, Glasgow. Scottish Writers’ Centre in the Centre for Contemporary Arts. 7pm. This will include readings from the brilliant Shelley Day and her new short story collection ‘What Are You Like’ and the fantastic Colin Will with his new short story collection ‘Wordplay’. All three books are published by Postbox Press.
5 December, Stirling. Central Library. 7pm. This event will be shared with Elizabeth Rimmer, who will be reading from her wonderful, recently published poetry collection ‘Haggards’, published by Red Squirrel Press.
15 December, Edinburgh. Scottish Poetry Library. Time to be confirmed. But Shelley Day will be there alongside Thomas Stewart who will read from his debut poetry pamphlet ‘Empire of Dirt’, published by Red Squirrel.
Looking forward to seeing you at one of these events so you can hear and buy this first novel by Charlie Gracie. Stay in touch on Charlie Gracie Writer on Facebook and BailliestonBard on Twitter for more news!
Big thanks as ever to Sheila Wakefield, the publisher and owner at Red Squirrel Press and Postbox Press.