I’m appearing with Karen Campbell at The ‘Wee’ Fish and Chips Crime Night at Milngavie Bookshop on Monday the 21st of March. Details will be avilable soon at: http://www.milngaviebookshop.co.uk/bookshopevents.html
I was recently asked to join two fellow crime writers, Alex Gray and Tony Black, on a visit to Barlinnie prison. We were asked to do a reading for some of the prisoners to be followed by a ‘question and answer’ session. Alex has been on a number of these before but I was new … Read more
Well the reading at Barlinnie Prison made the papers – see The Sun. An eye opening day. Alex Gray and Tony Black were the other writers on the visit (http://www.alex-gray.com/ and http://www.tonyblack.net/). I think I’ll do my next Brown view on the visit. sun261sm17
Should be interesting doing a reading in prison. I can’t decide what to read but I’m sure that a chapter from 59 Minutes – a book where a criminal gets his revenge might just go down well (or maybe not?).
Yesterday’s Herald carried a piece in Ken Smith’s diary on the upcoming reading at Barlinnie: ‘WE note that crime authors Alex Gray, Tony Black and Gordon Brown are visiting Glasgow’s Barlinnie Jail on February 15 to talk to the inmates about the pure escapism of reading fiction, although that’s perhaps not the escapism some of … Read more