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Full Programme for ReimagiNation: Glenrothes Announced

Full Programme for ReimagiNation: Glenrothes Announced
Wednesday 21 February

Today, we've announced details of the programme for our new pop-up festival ReimagiNation: Glenrothes, which takes place from Thursday 17 to Saturday 19 May 2018 in the Rothes Halls, Glenrothes…

Book Festival Appoints New Head of Booksales & Retail

Book Festival Appoints New Head of Booksales & Retail
Thursday 15 February

Today, we announced the appointment of Simon Mackay as the new Head of Booksales and Retail for the Book Festival…

First Minister to Join Line-Up for Muriel Spark: Crème de la Crème

First Minister to Join Line-Up for Muriel Spark: Crème de la Crème
Thursday 18 January

Today, we confirmed the final line-up for Muriel Spark: Crème de la Crème, an event celebrating the centenary of the birth of Muriel Spark, one of Scotland’s greatest writers…

New Passages to India: Book Festival Celebrates Cultural Exchange

New Passages to India: Book Festival Celebrates Cultural Exchange
Thursday 11 January

This week, as part of a special, year-long project commemorating the 70th anniversary of Indian independence and partition, novelist Abir Mukherjee and poet Nalini Paul have travelled to Kolkata to work with two India-based authors, poet Sampurna Chattarji and novelist and journalist Sandip Roy…

Book Festival Announces Muriel Spark Centenary Celebration Event with a Host of Special Guests

Book Festival Announces Muriel Spark Centenary Celebration Event with a Host of Special Guests
Friday 24 November

This week, the Book Festival announced a special event to celebrate the centenary of Muriel Spark's birth which will see a host of headline authors, actors and special guests come together to read, perform and share their passion for the 20th century legend…

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