COMING IN AUGUST: TIGER in Edinburgh and Glasgow
Edinburgh Book Festival
Selva Almada and Polly Clark chaired by Jenny Brown
STORIES FROM THE EDGE OF THE WORLD
The best novels conjure mental images that we’re unlikely to see in reality. Selva Almada’s debut The Wind That Lays Waste evokes the squat trees, sweat-stained shirts and broken-down cars of rural Argentina. Set on the other side of the world, Polly Clark’s Tiger plunges us into the Siberian taiga to sample life in one of the last wildernesses. Today, they reveal the secrets to creating vivid imaginative journeys, in conversation with Jenny Brown.CLICK HERE TO BOOK TICKETS
SUNDAY 18TH AUGUST
10.15 AM, SPEIGELTENT
Selva Almada and Polly Clark are spellbinding literary talents and I really want you to meet them.“NICK BARLEY, EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL DIRECTOR
Publishing Scotland Scottish Writers Showcase
Memorial Chapel, University of Glasgow
THURSDAY AUGUST 22ND, 6PM
FREE, AND NO NEED TO BOOK.
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Hosted by Louise Welsh, an array of Scottish writers including Amanda Thomson, Ambrose Parry and Polly Clark read from and discuss their books for an audience comprised of Publishing Scotlands 2019 International Fellows and the public.
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- August 1, 2019