Update on City Lines featuring Chris Brookmyre: Tuesday 22nd November, 7-9pm

Book Week Scotland

City Lines featuring Chris Brookmyre: Tuesday 22nd November, 7-9pm, admission free

City of Glasgow College: City Campus Students’ Association

As part of Book Week Scotland, the Faculty of Creative Industries is proud to present City Lines, an evening of literary readings and performance featuring our HNC Professional Writing Skills students and bestselling novelist Chris Brookmyre.

The students will perform their poetry, short stories and prose extracts in the City Campus Students’ Association, before what promises to be a memorable performance by Chris Brookmyre, award-winning writer of books such as Quite Ugly One Morning, Boiling A Frog and Bedlam. There may even be a bit of audience participation, so come prepared!

Chris is not only a hugely accomplished and respected writer but also a witty and engaging speaker and this is a fantastic opportunity to enjoy his company while checking out the literary talent of the future at the same event. The event is free and open to the public but college staff and students are especially welcomed.

Update:  Article below in Evening Times and also Links to Articles in local and national newspapers

Daily Record website:  http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/local-news/rutherglen-student-set-speak-alongside-9280284

Motherwell Times:  http://www.motherwelltimes.co.uk/whats-on/arts/clinton-to-make-her-debut-at-book-week-scotland-event-1-4293642

Milngavie Herald:  http://www.milngavieherald.co.uk/whats-on/arts/young-bearsden-writer-makes-his-debut-at-literary-event-1-4287768

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Article from Evening Times

 

 

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