Have you just been to the football? If so, you may have picked up a peh and a poetic napkin with a poem entitled 'First Half' on it! We're delighted that Dundee Makar (poet laureate for the city) W N Herbert wrote a poem especially for you football fans. Here's the poem in full:
When Moses McGill came doon the Law Hill
The hauf-time score wiz anely twa nil,
Says he, 'See me, Eh pairtit a sea -
But no as sweet as Tannadice Street
Divides thi Ayrabs fae the Dees...
'...Eh'll hae tae mention this tae God,
Noo, which ane's He? Izzit Billy Dodds
or Jocky Scott?' 'Ur you insane?'
Says Desperate Dan (a theologi-an)
'He's baith Gilzean AND Jim McLean!'
'Ye'd hae yir Waallace's peh and eat it?'
'Eh'll hae thon tablet tae - noo beat it.'
Maureen Reynolds: Dragon Land
Best-selling author and Dundee lass Maureen Reynolds will discuss her journey as a writer, from memoir to fiction, and latest book Dragon Land (Black & White Publishing).
This event will take place at the Steps Theatre in Dundee Central Library, for free, and all are welcome. Bookings can be made by calling Central Library on 01382 431500 or email email@example.com
Salon: Karen Campbell
Writer and ex-policewoman Karen Campbell will join us for our final salon of the year!
Karen is the author of critically acclaimed crime books The Twilight Time and After the Fire, and her latest book, This is Where I am, is a moving new departure. She will talk about her writing and career with Zoe Venditozzi.
This event will take place in Blackness Library, for free, and all are welcome. Bookings can be made by calling Central Library on 01382 431500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org