Join Waterstones for this special online event to celebrate the release of four new stunning fantasy novels!
Join Jonathan Wild, Senior Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Edinburgh, for this talk on the design and illustration of books during the Edwardian period.
The Eaglesham Street Library is an unmanned weekly box of donated books that sits outside the steps of the Montgomerie Hall every Saturday between 10am and 8pm.
Free, fun and fantastic! East Renfrewshire Libraries run several interactive song, rhyme and story Bookbug sessions!
These weekly online Bookbug sessions are fun for little ones aged 0-4 and their grownups, using Zoom.
Enjoy a unique look at the landscape of central Fife and the languages that have helped shape it at this free online event!
FEARY hopes to traverse and encounter many of the vast - and often contradictory - strains of feminist and gender - through monthly reading groups at Glasgow Zine Library.
The Dark Philosophers are a regular, open reading group which aims to bring the literature of Wales out of the shadows, join them for their next online meeting on January 27th!
The Big Glasgow Comic Mart returns on Saturday 6th March to Glasgow City Centre and the Trades Hall after a long hiatus!
Celebrate your favourite authors and books as a family with M&K Imaginarium's fun-filled World Book Day experience!
Returning for a fourth year, BGCP Comic Con presents Largs Comic Con 2021 on Saturday 13th March!
BGCP Comic Con is coming to Shawlands in May 2021, with an array of awesome themed activities, traders and fun for all ages!
BGCP Comic Con returns to Loch Lomond Shores on May 8th & 9th with a family-friendly event suitable for heroes of all ages!
Mindfulness pioneer Gelong Thubten will bring 'A Monk's Guide To Happiness' to Oran Mor Glasgow on Friday 10th September 2021.
It's that time of year to suit up, put on your best cape and mask to make your way to the the iconic Rutherglen Town Hall on Saturday 5th February for the return of BGCP Comic Con: Rutherglen!
Join Open Book and Paisley Library for an hour of shared reading on Wednesday mornings!
Part of Paisley Book Festival, Newtopia is a multimedia performance of writing emerging from women's disrupted lives as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Join the Paisley Book Festival team for their opening event, Radical New Futures, providing a flavour of what this year's festival has in store!
Author Victoria McNulty performs excerpts from a live adaptation of her book Exiles which she has created specially for Paisley Book Festival, and has a discussion about the work!
Renfrewshire-based writer Kirstin Innes has teamed up with Lochwinnoch singer and composer Outi Smith to tell the story of protest singer and activist Clio Campbell from Innes' novel Scabby Queen!
Join Intan Paramaditha and Sarah Maria Griffin as they discuss their works with author and Guest Curator Kirsty Logan as part of Paisley Book Festival!
Join Kiran Millwood Hargrave and Rebecca Tamás and guest curator Kirsty Logan to delve into witches, feminism, horror and power as part of Paisley Book Festival!
To celebrate the paperback release of her honest and inspiring memoir, The World I Fell Out Of, Melanie Reid joins Professor Rowena Murray to talk about her hopes for the future!
Join Kirstin Innes as she chats to three Scottish novelists who have shone a light on the complexities of masculine identity, offering parallel lives from Lanarkshire, Ayrshire and Glasgow.
Join Michael Lee Richardson and Tasha Suri in conversation with author and Paisley Book Festival Guest Curator Kirsty Logan to dig deeper into the stories we think we know!
Join one of Renfrewshire's best-loved children's authors, Ross Mackenzie, as he reads from his book, The Otherwhere Emporium, and chats about his life-long love of reading as part of Paisley Book Fest
Join beloved children's author and picture book expert Vivian French as she shares rollicking new fairytale adventure, The Giant's Tea Party, as part of Paisley Book Festival!
Join UWS Criminology Professor Ross Deuchar in conversation with married co-authors Chris Brookmyre and Dr. Marisa Haetzman, who successfully join forces as ‘Ambrose Parry’.
Join Glaswegian writer, video gamer and mental health advocate Joe Donnelly as he chats with fellow gaming enthusiast Calum Rodger about his new book Checkpoint as part of Paisley Book Festival.
This exclusive showcase event for Scottish literary magazine Extra Teeth presents three writers reading their work from the new volume: Bhavika Govil, Ross McCleary and Alice Slater.
Paisley Book Festival welcomes two writers who look to the dark side of the future, and ask what reason there is to still be hopeful.
On January 22nd, join Renfrewshire's Tannahill Makar Brian Whittingham for an hour of readings from Paisley connected poets as part of Paisley Book Festival!
Imogen Stirling's Big Night In, part of Paisley Book Festival, recreates a night of good company and good stories, with a lineup of brilliant creative voices performing to you from their living rooms!
Hear how their childhood experiences have informed the stories & poems of authors Charlie Gracie, Donal McLaughlin & Mairi Murphy as part of Paisley Book Festival.
New Patterns for Paisley Poetry and Publishing brings together a range of writers, editors, publishers and more to address the transformational effects of the coronavirus pandemic on Scottish writing.
Join Jenny Kleeman as she chats to Heather Parry about her new book, Sex Robots and Vegan Meat, as part of Paisley Book Festival!
Join Liz Lochhead, Nadine Aisha Jassat and Tannahill Makar Brian Whittingham as they share their favourite submissions for the Janet Coats Memorial Prize and announce this year's winners!
Join Vlad Butucea, Sekai Machache and Sasha Saben Callaghan as they chat with Edwin Morgan Centenary Project Manager Siân McIntyre about their contribution to The Second Life programme!
Join Ely Percy as she discusses her new hard-hitting novel, Duck Feet, with fellow working-class author Julie Rea as part of Paisley Book Festival.
A Kist of Thistles is a new anthology of radical poetry from contemporary Scotland, join editor Jim Aitken and Paisley based poet Morag Smith as they showcase the collection with live readings.
Reflecting on their own terrifying plotlines and eerie projections into the future, Paisley Book Festival welcomes Alex Gray and Diarmid MacArthur in conversation with Professor Rowena Murray!
Tannahill Arts and Heritage brings world-class artists to Paisley, including the finest homegrown talent, join them for Radical Voices, a unique collaboration with Paisley Book Festival, on Feb 25th!
Don't miss this energetic evening featuring some of the UK's finest performers, curated and presented by The Fountain as part of Paisley Book Festival.
In a special event for Paisley Book Festival, Janey Godley chats with Jenny Niven about how Frank Get The Door made it into print, as well as some further writing projects she's got in the pipeline!
Join authors Kapka Kassabova and Patrick Laurie in conversation with Paisley Book Festival Guest Curator Malachy Tallack as they discuss our connection to the land surrounding us.
Paisley Book Festival's Writer-in-Residence Imogen Stirling will host a discussion with Sarah Grant exploring productivity in the pandemic and the radicalism of sitting still.
Through music and drawing, join Karine Polwart and Kate Leiper as they discover an enchanted woodland of delights, in which we can never quite be sure of what's around the corner.
Join Alastair McIntosh as he discusses his writing and his activism in conversation with Roxani Krystalli as part of Paisley Book Festival!
Cal Flyn and Lisa Woollett join Paisley Book Festival Guest Curator Malachy Tallack to talk about the things we leave behind.
In advance of Will Eisner week, Kate Charlesworth chats with Val McDermid about how to use your creativity to unearth hidden histories, and in doing so, create new futures.
Patience Agbabi is one of Britain's most celebrated poets and performers, join her as she reads from her first book for children, The Infinite, as part of Paisley Book Festival!
Free, fun and fantastic! Renfrewshire Libraries run several interactive song, rhyme and story Bookbug sessions throughout the week!
Join Oak Tree Arts around their special online campfire on Sunday 7th March for some traditional storytelling, sing-along songs and get creative and make your own stories!