An evening of poetry and words to celebrate the launch of queer anthology We Were Always Here
Former The Slits guitarist talks about her latest memoir To Throw Away Unopened
Two very different queer love stories are presented at the Aye Write Festival.
Ely Percy launches their latest book at the Aye Write Festival in Glasgow
Glasgow comic artist Frank Quitely talks about the comics that made him.
Northern setting is a winner with authors and readers alike.
A thought-provoking event exploring the dark side of female secrets.
Absorbing discussion of myth, discipline and being wild with your writing.
Activist, journalist and author reframe the romance of the sea with bleak reports of corruption, trafficking and violence.
Delightful discussion of what poetry can be, what the sea can be and sea blindness.
The Glasgow based comic book artist presents pages from his sketchbooks.
Diplomacy between the Middle East and the USA in graphic novel form.
Activist and editor presents a book on the history of transgender lives in Britain.
An invigorating talk that offered insightful political commentary on race in 21st Century Britain
The Goddess of “the listening cure” at the Book festival
Film director Mark Cousins discusses The Story of Looking with Fruitmarket Gallery director Fiona Bradley.
A warm event discussing the importance of our mental well being.
Popular comedian and author takes the audience on a journey of kindness and joy in her latest book.
Acclaimed actor presents an exciting Graphic Novel at the Book Festival.
A graphic novel tells a personal story of the history of slavery in Scotland.