The Market Place Newton Mearns hold a regular book club on the last Thursday of each month... all welcome!
Free, fun and fantastic! East Renfrewshire Libraries run several interactive song, rhyme and story Bookbug sessions!
This year’s Baillie Gifford Children’s Programme celebrates the remarkable role of the illustrator in bringing picture books to life.
We are honoured to welcome the masterminds behind some of the most ground-breaking literature from across the world this year.
In this series, sponsored by Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust, key writers offer their insights into the major issues of our times.
In this special centenary year of the birth of Scotland’s first ever Makar – the remarkable Edwin Morgan – we celebrate the unbridled power of poetry.
With just months until the next Presidential election, we shine a light on how today’s America came to be and the possible consequences for all of us if her identity crisis continues.
It wouldn’t be the Edinburgh International Book Festival without celebrating the brilliant work of authors, writers and trailblazers who hail from our small country.
Ten writers we commissioned to journey across Africa and create new works from their experience - give voice to untold stories.
This August, we hear from some of the most influential voices fighting on the front-line for feminism across the world.
We welcome authors and speakers with vision and ambition – helping us to see the light through the darkness and imagining better worlds for all of us.
Inspired by the powerful words of Mary Robinson in her 2019 Book Festival event on Climate Change, hear from authors, activists, environmentalists and naturalists that have all made it personal.
From tackling racism and gender stereotypes, to celebrating diversity in all its forms, these events offer exciting and challenging perspectives for all of us to heed.
It is time to confront one of the most vital questions of the 21st century: How can we be good ancestors?
Bounce and Rhyme are free and fun sessions for parents, carers and children Two or under held weekly in several Glasgow Libraries!
FEARY: A Theory Reading Group sets out to democratise access to theoretical material - in particular, texts concerned with feminism and gender - through monthly reading groups at Glasgow Zine Library.
Glasgow's Book Fair, Books at the Botanics, is held every month in the Hopkirk building at Glasgow's Botanic Gardens!
The Big Glasgow Comic Mart returns on Saturday 6th March to Glasgow City Centre and the Trades Hall after a long hiatus!
Returning for a fourth year, BGCP Comic Con presents Largs Comic Con 2021 on Saturday 13th March!
BGCP Comic Con is coming to Shawlands in May 2021, with an array of awesome themed activities, traders and fun for all ages!
BGCP Comic Con returns to Loch Lomond Shores on May 8th & 9th with a family-friendly event suitable for heroes of all ages!
Mindfulness pioneer Gelong Thubten will bring 'A Monk's Guide To Happiness' to Oran Mor Glasgow on Friday 10th September 2021.
Have the Silliest Summer ever and join the Silly Squad, Summer Reading Challenge 2020 with Renfrewshire Libraries!
Join Open Book and Paisley Library for an hour of shared reading on Wednesday mornings!
Free, fun and fantastic! Renfrewshire Libraries run several interactive song, rhyme and story Bookbug sessions throughout the week!
Paisley Comic Con is an all ages event, full of fun activities and comic book dealers and attractions! Don't miss it when it returns on Saturday 17th October to the Lagoon Leisure Centre!
Enjoy 'The Tales From the Library', a weekly online book club run by Sanctuary First on Thursdays!