There’s always a lot of literary activity happening in Edinburgh – just look at UNESCO’s What’s On page if you don’t believe me – but there’s nothing quite like Electric Tales, returning to The Stand once again tomorrow night. I spoke to comedian, writer and ET founder Sian Bevan to find out more.
If you are reading this, I am probably in Berlin – or elsewhere in mainland Europe. I have scheduled posts to cover the time I am away, and I’d urge you to keep coming back to read them all because there are some corkers in there. Such as:
Wednesday April 25th – Why I Write by John Steele
Friday April 27th – April’s Pictonaut Challenge
Monday April 30th – Fanfiction, a brief introduction by Seneska
Wednesday May 2nd – The Book Blogger interviews #1 Roof Beam Reader
Friday May 4th – How to Say Thank You Part 1 by Tracey S. Rosenberg
Monday May 7th – How to Say Thank You Part 2 by Tracey S. Rosenberg
Wednesday May 9th – The Book Blogger interviews #2 Tolstoy is my Cat
Friday May 11th – Interview with Laura from Write in for Writing’s Sake
Monday May 14th – The Politics of Book Buying by Lyndsay Wheble
Wednesday May 16th – The Book Blogger Interviews #3 Rob Around Books
Friday May 18th – Feminism in Romantic Fiction (or lack thereof) by Rose McConnachie
Monday May 21st – Young, single and free of Venereal Disease? You too could be a romantic hero… by Rose McConnachie
Wednesday May 23rd – The Book Blogger Interviews #4 The Lit Bitch
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