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Aye Write! 2016

10-20 March 2016

​Aye Write! Glasgow's Book Festival returns ​with a stellar line-up of big names, debutants, celebrities, powerful political, economic and social discussion, and new features. Tickets are on sale now!

Visit 'What's On' to search all listings or download a copy of the full programme.

Alchemy, daft wee stories and political intrigue

Headliners at Glasgow's book festival include Limmy with his 'Daft Wee Stories', Joan Bakewell looks back on her life, Mervyn King gives frank insight in to the banking crisis in 'The End of Alchemy', MasterChef star John Torode tells us about 'My Kind of Food' and Christopher Brookmyre returns with his brand new thriller 'Black Widow'.

Blue Peter royalty, Janet Ellis introduces her debut novel and historian Tom Devine discusses migration in modern Scotland. Alexei Sayle shares his memoirs, Cosmopolitan Agony Aunt Irma Kurtz discusses 'My Life in Agony' and journalist George Monbiot poses the question 'How Did We Get Into This Mess?' Grange Hill, Brookside and Hollyoaks creator Phil Redmond takes a step from the small screen to the bookshelf with his first novel 'Highbridge' and Kate Tempest presents her debut novel 'The Bricks That Built The Houses'. Search the full programme here or download a copy.

Aye Con

This year we have an exciting new strand to the Aye Write programme with Aye Con! This celebration of comic books, gaming and  graphic novels will feature leading lights of the genres including Steve Orlando (The Midnighter), Alan Grant (Judge Dredd) and Frank Quitely (New X-Men).

Visit 'What's On' to search all Aye Con listings or download a copy of the full programme.

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Wee Write! is Glasgow's Book Festival for children and young people, offering interactive, educational and inspiring activites to build passion for reading, writing and illustration. There is so much to see, hear and do at Wee Write! that it needs its own website! Check it out the Wee Write! 2016 website.