Callum McSorley is a writer based in Glasgow whose short stories have appeared in Gutter Magazine, Monstrous Regiment and New Writing Scotland. For his debut novel, Squeaky Clean – inspired by his years working at a car wash in Glasgow's East End – Callum was shortlisted for the Bloody Scotland Debut Prize and became the youngest ever winner of the McIlvanney Prize for Scottish Crime Novel of the Year.
A manic tale of blood and suds told with laconic humour and warmly engaging characterisation. Callum McSorley is definitely a talent to watch
Cumbernauld Library @ Lanternhouse Theatre
South Kildrum Ring Road
The public areas of Lanternhouse are fully accessible for those with limited mobility. Facilities include ramps, a lift, adapted toilets and adapted seating. There are traditional, accessible and gender neutral toilets located on the ground floor and first floor.