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Saturday, October 5, 2013

SUNDAY: WagTongues and The Galloway Renga

From JoAnne McKay
WagTongues is at Machars Initiative Centre, 26 South Main Street, Wigtown
WagTongues, pop-up bookshop extraordinaire, has a packed line-up of pop-up readers this Sunday. Visitors will have the opportunity to not only hear, but also chat to, writers Pauline James-Paterson, Julia MacDonald, DD Hall, JoAnne McKay, Mike Smith, Vivien Jones, David Mark Williams, Hugh McMillan and Sally Hinchcliffe, plus a few surprise guests.
Leading author - Hugh McMillan
The bookshop itself has a host of titles by the region's authors and publishers, from the might of Margaret Elphinstone to the rare beauty of Roncadora Press.
There will be wine, a Paper-Sculptor-in-Residence, and throughout the day award-winning poet Hugh McMillan will be hosting The Galloway Renga, a collaborative poem everyone is invited to contribute a line or two to. Too.
WagTongues is at The Machars Initiative Centre from 10am to 4pm this Sunday, 6th October. All donations for the readings will go to Arthritis Care in Scotland, here:
Beware of sentient headgear.

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