Events - Festival 2019

Border Crossings

Friday 3 March, 11:30 - 12:30
The Town Hall, Queens Gardens - Supper Room

Reading: James McGonigal, Mark Goodwin

Join us to enjoy the poetry of two Scottish and English writers who work beyond the genre of poetry. James McGonigal is a Glasgow-based poet, biographer and critic, whose 2012 biography of Edwin Morgan was Scottish Research Book of the Year. His first full collection, The Camphill Wren, was published in 2016. He’ll be reading alongside Mark Goodwin, whose most recent collection House At Out appeared in 2015. As well as climbing mountains and writing about them, Mark has created collaboratively with artists working with a whole range of artforms.

Participants: Mark Goodwin and James McGonigal
Mark Goodwin: Nikki Clayton
James McGonigal: Gerry Cambridge


Supper Room – The Town Hall, Queens Gardens

Location: At the top of Queens Gardens, on the corner with South Street

Includes: Council Chamber, Supper Room, Auditorium/Public Hall, Fife Contemporary foyer

Right in the centre of St Andrews, The Town Hall...