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We’re back with our seventh installment!!
This one is shaped up to be a ripper, we have a couple of returning faces and a whole host of new ones.

It’s happening on the 26th of May, 19:30 at The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow.

Tell us if your coming and invite your pals 🙂

BEER
BOOKS
COMICS
POETRY
COMEDY

Moira McPartlin – MM
Moira made a big impact with her debut novel The Incomers, which tells the tale of a West African woman moving to a small town in 1960s Scotland. It was shortlisted for the Saltire Society First Book of the Year Award and was a critical success. She recently released her second novel “WAYS OF THE DOOMED” and has had many pieces in a variety of literary magazines.

http://moiramcpartlin.blogspot.co.uk/

Stephen Goodall –
Comic artist/writer Stephen Goodall has been busy expanding IMR (A.K.A The Institute of Marine Research) which is an ongoing series of interconnected narratives revolving around the unnerving events surrounding a remote Scottish island and the research facility located there. We’ll be getting the latest goings on from up there. A real treat for comic book fans.

http://sdfgoodall.com/imr/

Victoria McNulty-
Delighted we have managed to get Victoria, she’s one of the fastest rising poets in Glasgow at the moment. To quote Sam Small “Shes fuckin ace man!” Good enough for me 🙂

quilteJohn Lees-
When ever I am organising an event people always ask me, “when is that horror comic book guy coming back?”. Well the answer is NOW. John gave us a brilliant talk to us about his influences when creating the brilliant “And Then Emily Was Gone”, John has been busy since then and we will be hearing all about his latest offering “Quilte”.

@johnlees927

Gemma Flynn-
Glasgow based stand up Gemma Flynn has been lighting up the Glasgow comedy festival with her show “Around The Way Girl” picking up loads of lovely reviews:
‘comic talent of the future’ **** (The Skinny)
‘irrepressible … enthusiasm is infectious’ **** (Three Weeks)
Expect to laugh a lot.

https://www.facebook.com/gemmalouiseflynn

The Speculative Bookshop Presents #7
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