Best-selling author Karen Campbell books into Dennistoun Library
Thursday 22nd November 2018
Dennistoun Library Craigpark, Glasgow, G31 2NA
Literary rebel Karen Campbell will be let loose on Dennistoun Library next week, as the seventh annual Book Week Scotland festival (19 – 25 November) explodes into the city with a plethora of free events.
With the nationwide celebration of books this year based around the theme of rebellion, Glasgow Libraries programme of events is packed full of banned books, crime writers and tales of the underworld.
Former police officer turned best-selling author, Karen Campbell, will be heading to Dennistoun Library at 6:30pm on Thursday, 22nd November. Hear Karen explain the fascinating tale of how she got into writing, what influences her work the inspiration behind her latest novel, Rise. The event is free and drop in, no booking required.
Councillor David McDonald, Chair of Glasgow Life said: “From banned books to tartan noir, book quizzes and, of course, award-winning Scottish authors, I’m delighted that Glasgow’s libraries will once again be filled with a fantastic Book Week Scotland programme of events, reading collections and activities.
“I hope that Glaswegians city-wide will take the opportunity to pop into their local library during Book Week Scotland, and experience the many pleasures books and reading can bring.”
Book Week Scotland is delivered by Scottish Book Trust – the national charity changing lives through reading and writing – in collaboration with library services across Scotland, and supported by Creative Scotland and the Scottish Library and Information Council
To find out what else is in store in Glasgow Libraries, please visit: libraries
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