New Writing Dundee 8 is launched!

Cover for New Writing Dundee 8
05
Feb

New Writing Dundee 8!

Launched on Thursday 5th February at our first literary salon of the season, New Writing Dundee 8 features poems by Dundee's Makar W.N.Herbert, stories by Kevin MacNeil and Paula Morris and lyrical essays by Elizabeth Reeder. It also features work from impressive new voices, international and local.  


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05
Mar

Literary salon 2: Jo Bell

Our second salon of the winter / spring season brings guest Jo Bell! Jo is a fabulous grandee of the poetry world, a dynamic and inspiring figure who writes, produces, collaborates, edits and teaches poetry. Former Director of National Poetry Day and current UK Canal Laureate, she is also marvellous company. At this event, Jo will read some poems, and share her experience of working in a huge breadth of different ways with poetry.


Venue: tbc
5.30pm for 6pm - 7pm
Free, all welcome


Our salons are free and open to anyone with an interest in writing, reading and books. They provide an opportunity for folk to get together and hear from inspiring figures from the book world. There's no need to book a ticket, just pop along, or join us from afar on Twitter: @literarydundee #litsalon

26
Mar

Literary salon 3: Peter Geoghegan

Our third salon of the winter / spring season stars Irish journalist and author, Peter Geoghegan. Peter has written and reported from a range of countries including Albania, Kosovo, Egypt, Namibia, Zambia, Iceland, Ireland and Scotland, and his book, The People's Referendum: Why Scotland Will Never Be the Same Again was published by Luath in December 2014. Peter is engaging and entertaining, and has fascinating insights into the worlds of reportage, non-fiction writing and broadcasting. We're delighted he's joining us in Dundee to share highlights from his ecelctic and impressive career.


Venue: tbc
5.30pm for 6pm - 7pm
Free, all welcome


Our salons are free and open to anyone with an interest in writing, reading and books. They provide an opportunity for folk to get together and hear from inspiring figures from the book world. There's no need to book a ticket, just pop along, or join us from afar on Twitter: @literarydundee #litsalon