Aye Write!

Held annually in March Aye Write! Glasgow's Book Festival is one of the leading literary festivals in the UK!

Aye Write!

About Aye Write!

The Mitchell Library North Street, Glasgow City Centre G3 7DN
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Aye Write! Glasgow's annual book festival will take place from 15th - 25th March 2018, presenting writers and speakers from across Britain and beyond.

Aye Write! Glasgow's book festival is one of the leading literary festivals in the UK. This vibrant and popular festival includes a main author programme that has attracted some of the world's leading authors along with screen stars and television personalities.

The festival also includes an award winning school's programme, a community programme, family events and poetry events which results in a varied and exciting programme each year.

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