TIGER

TIGER was published May 2nd 2019. Below are pictures from the promotional events.

APRIL 30th. 7pm. LOMOND SCHOOL, HELENSBURGH
In conversation with leading literary agent, Jenny Brown.

MAY 1ST. 6.30-800pm GOLDEN HARE BOOKS, SCOTTISH GALLERY, EDINBURGH
In conversation with Jenny Niven.

With Chair Jenny Niven at The Scottish Gallery

MAY 6-8 SOCIAL BLAST WITH TWITTER Q&A 8TH MAY
A fantastic celebration and on-going conversation with these brilliant bloggers about TIGER, with a Twitter Q&A which covered feminism, zoos, life in the taiga, addiction. BRILLIANT!

MAY 9TH, 6.30-8pm LONDON LAUNCH OF TIGER, HATCHARDS, PICCADILLY, LONDON
In conversation with Ana Sampson

With chair Ana Sampson outside Hatchards

MAY 15TH, BLACKWELLS, MANCHESTER
In conversation with big cat specialist Martin Royle.

With zoologist and big cat expert Martin Royle

MAY 17TH, BOOKED! DUMBARTON, 7PM ALEXANDRIA LIBRARY
In conversation with Allan Gordon
Polly discussed her trip to Siberia and how it inspired TIGER.

SATURDAY JUNE 29TH FELIXTOWE BOOK FESTIVAL
In conversation with Catherine Larner

With Catherine Larner at Felixtow Book Festival
With Catrina Davies, author of the absolutely essential HOMESICK: Why I live in a shed.
It’s a book to change lives.

THURSDAY AUGUST 15TH EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL
Chairing ‘NEW WORLDS AND THE MEANING OF HOME’ — literary event presenting Leila Aboulela and Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor
13.45 Speilgeltent

With Leila Aboulela

THURSDAY AUGUST 22ND PUBLISHING SCOTLAND WRITERS SHOWCASE
Readings and presentations from an array of Scottish writing talent.
hosted by Louise Welsh
From 6pm, Memorial Chapel University of Glasgow

Reading from Tiger to a packed crowd of international publishers and friends and members of the public at the Chapel

SUNDAY AUGUST 18TH EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL
With Selva Almada, chaired by Jenny Brown
10.15 am Speigeltent

SUNDAY AUGUST 25TH EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL
Chairing ‘LIFE ON THE BRINK’ — literary event presenting Patrick Flanery and Adam Foulds
7pm Baillie Gifford Corner Theatre

SATURDAY 21 SEPTEMBER BUDLEIGH BOOK FESTIVAL
‘A SENSE OF PLACE’ — with Alix Nathan
12pm, Budleigh Public Hall

WIGTOWN BOOK FESTIVAL
In conversation with Lee Randall
Friday October 4th 4.30pm, County Buildings

Polly Clark with chair Lee Randall at Wigtown Book Festival

THURSDAY 7 NOVEMBER STROUD BOOK FESTIVAL
In conversation with novelist and former editor of Guardian Review, Annalena McAfee

SATURDAY 9 NOVEMBER MALLAIG BOOK FESTIVAL: A WRITE HIGHLAND HOOLIE
Click HERE for details and tickets