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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Wagtongues Pop Up in Thornhill

From Sally Hinchcliffe

Dear Commonty peeps

WagTongues, Dumfries and Galloway's itinerant bookshop will be popping up for a whole week at in Thornhill - and kicking off with a free mini literary festival on Monday 1st December from 1-9pm. Appearing at the Balcony at Zitan, as part of the Christmas fair, will be a host of local writers, from performance poet Chik Duncan to the bard of Galloway, Hugh McMillan. 
Discuss self-publishing with Claire Watts and her soon-to-be-self-published book at 2pm
There will be a programme of short readings, talks, and interviews ranging from romance to wildlife and from literary DIY to life in Afghanistan. Come and discover the depth of talent that the county conceals, and complete your Christmas shopping in one fell swoop. Can't say fairer than that. 

Catch Hugh McMillan and his Gallovidian Enyclopedia at 7pm
Full details available on the Wagtongues website here

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