Events - Festival 2019

Book Launch: The Caught Habits of Language

Saturday 10 March, 18:15 - 18:45
J & G Innes Ltd, Booksellers, South Street

Join editors Rachael Boast and Andy Ching for the launch of 'An Entertainment for W.S. Graham for Him Having Reached One Hundred’

One hundred poems celebrate W.S. Graham's hundred years in this anthology, published by Donut Press to mark the centenary of the Greenock-born poet (1918-1986). Edited by Rachael Boast, Andy Ching and Nathan Hamilton, the collection gathers together authors from a range of countries and generations, who write from across the spectrum of poetics. They will be joined by some of the contributing poets who will read a selection of poems from the anthology.

Presented in partnership with J&G Innes and Language is Where the People Are, the W.S. Graham centenary project, and supported by the School of English at the University of St Andrews and the National Lottery through Creative Scotland.

Participants: Rachael Boast and W.N. Herbert
Rachael Boast: Julia Simone
W.N. Herbert: Isobel Taylor Herbert


J & G Innes Ltd, Booksellers, South Street

Location: 107 South Street, on the corner with Church Street.

J & G Innes Limited are a family run independent Bookshop, Gift Shop and Stationers, established in 1927. They have a large gift department selling cards, gift wrap...