AYE WRITE – the Glasgow Book Festival (I`ll be there!)
Thought I’d send up a flare on this, giving those of you in the vicinity a heads-up about the Aye Write festival. I’ll be taking part in an SF panel entitled ‘The Early Days Of A Better Future’, scheduled for Sunday March 7th, taking place at the Mitchell Library in Glasgow, between 8pm and 9.30pm.
Chaired by Edinburgh critic and writer Andrew J Wilson, the panel will consist of Richard Morgan, Hal Duncan, Ken Macleod, Deborah Miller, and m’self. Broadly, the panel will take a look at the future or, perhaps more accurately, look at the way we look at the future. There will also be readings of brief extracts, an open question and answer session, and a few surprises.
It is a ticketed event, costing £7 waged/£6 unwaged; tickets can be had from the Mitchell Library itself, or by phone booking on 0844 847 1683. With this coruscating lineup of wit and reason, it could be an event to savour!
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