Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Colonsay Book Festival

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First festival took place in 2012. A quality group of Scotttish authors gather to entertain in this stunning location.

When? April 26th and 27th, 2020

Who? 2020 – Catherine Brown, John D Burns, Karen Campbell, Martin Edwards, Andrew O’Hagan and Robin Robertson.

Where? Colonsay is in the Hebrides, Scotland

Website? Colonsay Book Festival

Facebook? http://www.facebook.com/colonsaybookfestival

Twitter? http://twitter.com/ColonsayBookFes

Established? 2012

Previous Festivals?

2019- Ann Cleeves, Robin Crawford, Jen Hadfield, Clare Hunter, Sarah Maine and James and Tom Morton

2018-  Bella Bathurst, Ann Cleeves, Janice Galloway, John Glenday, A L Kennedy and Malachy Tallack

2017 – Alexander McCall Smith, Sue Lawrence, Christine de Luca +

2015 – Christopher Brookmyre and Val McDermid, acclaimed poet Jackie Kay, author and poet Andrew Greig, travel writer Patrick Richardson, and novelist and playwright Lesley Glaister

2014 -Val McDermid, Christopher Brookmyre, Jackie Kay, Andrew Greig, Lesley Glaister and Patrick Richardson.

Previous – Ian Rankin, Angus Peter Campbell, Candia McWilliam, Tom Pow, Maggie Fergusson, Sara Sheridan, Mairi Hedderwick and Ron Butlin

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