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Go through all the aspects of publishing with a selection of industry professionals. Figures appearing include Neil Astley, (Publisher Bloodaxe Books), Francis Bickmore (Editor, Canongate Books), Stuart Kelly (Aye Write, Man Booker), Peggy Hughes (Dundee Book Festival) and Nelle Andrews (Agent at Peter, Fraser &…
Cahalen Morrison and Eli West
Old-time country and folk from this young duo whose debut album so impressed BBC Radio 2's Bob Harris that he invited them to record a session.
Edinburgh Pole Competition
Pole dancing competition open to all levels of performer, with age categories from 16 up. Spectators are welcome, too, but will have to pre-book.
A chance to see the comedy circuit's next big stars as they get their footing in the biz.
Spoken word from the slam poetry champion who straddles the gap between performance poetry and pop.
Kris Drever & Boo Hewerdine
The Scottish folk musician performs as a duo with the English singer-songwriter.
Acclaimed Northumbrian singer-songwriter drawing comparisons to John Martyn and Captain Beefheart.
Sun 17 May
Times & prices to be confirmed / 0131 650 4673
Country folk singer/songwriter born in Washington DC and based in Austin, Texas, who cut his teeth busking in Ireland.
An open mic event which shows off some of the literary talent that's out there.
Aka Berlin-based artist Andre Herman Dune.
Prolific young singer-songwriter from Oxfordshire whose style is strongly influenced by Bob Dylan, Tom Waits and Joni Mitchell.
The stage moniker of Dublin's Conor O'Brien, a rootsy narrative songwriter whose debut album I Saw The Dead was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize.