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This year we celebrate the centenary of Scots literary icon Muriel Spark. Most famous for The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Muriel is the author of 22 widely acclaimed novels as well as countless short stories, journalism and letters.
Journalist and writer Alan Taylor interviewed Muriel in 1990 and a friendship blossomed. He has documented her life and this relationship in new book Appointment in Arezzo: A Friendship with Muriel Spark Alan will be in conversation at Falkirk Library on Monday March 26th at 7pm. You'll have the chance to purchase the book and have it signed.
Tickets for the this not-to-be-missed insight into Spark's life are free and available in person from Falkirk Library and Waterstones Falkirk and online at Eventbrite: bit.ly/spark100fk (OwenRochester)… (més)
The UC Davis Bookstore presents Alan Taylor, Professor of History at U.C. Davis, 1996 Pulitzer Prize in History for William Cooper’s Town, in a talk about his new book, The Civil War of 1812: American Citizens, British Subjects, Irish Rebels, & Indian Allies. Free and open to the general public. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A period and a book signing. (melonbrawl)… (més)