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Not to be reproduced without permission. It won't matter if the climate hurls abuse at us, for all will be held under one roof, where both accommodation and food is available at special rates. We will be selling a range of ed books by participating authors; The Islands Book Trust and Birlinn, who both have an extensive literary collection, will us, as well as local publisher and bookseller, Malcolm Poole of Mallaig Heritage Centre.
There will also be Kenny's second-hand bookstall. For those of primary school age there is a creative writing workshop run by members of Mallaig High School and for pre-school children and their parents Bookbug will make appearances with lots of fun: stories, rhymes, songs and readings.
The event begins on Friday 21st October with a pre- dinner celebration reception to launch Angus MacDonald's debut novel - Ardnish was Home. On Friday and Saturday evening there is music in the bar with Elsa Jean McTaggart accompanied by husband Gary Lister, and there are rumours that some authors and visitors are also bringing instruments. Entry will be by ticket only.
While there will probably be some available at the door, we urge you to book for the events you wish to attend, by using www. Please book also for the Free events as we need to watch s.
The children's Creative Writing workshop has only 15 places so book early to avoid disappointment. Contact details: : info a-write-highland-hoolie. Charity no.
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