Luath Off the Page Live

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An evening of performance poetry, prose and music organised by Luath press. Writers appearing include Catriona Child, author of Trackman, and Alistair Findlay, Bard of Bathgate and author of The Love Songs of John Knox, Dancing With Big Eunice: Missives from the Frontline of a Fractured Society, Sex, Death & Football and many more. Part of Ceilidh Culture.

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Join us for an eclectic evening of performance poetry, fizzing fiction and perhaps a tune or two. Writers appearing include Catriona Child, author of Trackman, an innovative novel set i n Edinburgh celebrating the power of music, and Alistair Findlay, Bard of Bathgate and author of The Love Songs of John Knox, Dancing With Big Eunice: missives from the frontline of a fractured society, Sex, Death & Football and Never Mind the Captions: an off-beat guide to Scotland’s history and heritage. Part of Ceilidh Culture

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First Writes: Catriona Child, author of Trackman

16 Mar 2012

Novel's lead character's life changed by a homeless man’s MP3 player

Give us five words to describe Trackman? Music, Edinburgh, memories, love, loss. Name one author who should be more famous than they are now? Brian McCabe. When I first started to take my writing seriously, I went to his writer’s workshop. He was…

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