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Viva Venezia! – and the Art of People Watching

I LOVE city breaks and over the last few years I’ve been lucky to visit some of the most exciting cities in Europe. I’ll go anywhere to experience new sights and learn new things but there are particular cities that have always been on my travel wish list. 595 more words

A Casual Friday Night with the Lads 

Now reading the above your thinking mates, alcohol , some chow and a night on the tiles.

Far from it, I sat in the Mitchell theatre buried in the bowels of the Library on a rainy Friday night in Glasgow, what’s new? 1,006 more words

Words and Music: A Heady Cocktail

The next instalment of the Aye Write! experience involved a visit to the Highland village Kilmacarra with Karen Campbell (my WoMentoring Project mentor), a conversation about the merits of communism in the former East Germany, a trip to buy hammers with Emily Pankhurst and a peek behind the scenes of a circus in the world after the waters have risen. 519 more words

Aye Write!

The 10th annual Aye Write! has just finished at the Mitchell Library – what does the name mean? In my review of the festival two years ago, I wrote: 1,336 more words

Book Events

Polari Literary Salon - Aye Write Festival, Thursday 23 April 2015

The Polari literary salon has been running since 2007, based in London (there’s a monthly salon at the Southbank Centre) and more recently on a tour in England. 406 more words

Aye Write

Bill Oddie and sex

Just to set your minds at ease.  This is not about sex with or by  Bill Oddie.  This is a review of the Glasgow book festival… 377 more words

Adult Fiction

Aye Well

Thanks to everyone who turned out on Tuesday night at the Stirling Room in the Mitchell Library under the Aye Write banner, to hear our showcase of new writing talent from among the SWC membership (photos by Ruby). 601 more words