Zoe Strachan – Catch the Moments as They Fly

Wednesday 15 November | 18:30-19:30

Glasgow Panel event / author reading Adults

Free (ticketed)

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This Book Week Scotland, we are celebrating Scotland’s Stories and the talented people who write them. We are delighted to welcome Zoe Strachan, award winning author and Reader in Creative Writing at the University of Glasgow, to Whiteinch Library to discuss her new novel Catch the Moments as They Fly.

Zoe's fourth novel, spanning the 1930s to the 1960s, is an assured portrait of a rapidly changing Scotland, vivid with humour, and hardship, and love. It tells the story of ambitious Rena Jarvie who is determined her family will escape their shameful past. When she moves to a new town and marries the charming and cosmopolitan Bobby Young, doors finally begin to open. But as Bobby already knows, some things cannot be run from.

Booking required, via phone or email.

Venue information

Whiteinch Library

14 Victoria Park Drive South

G14 9RL

Accessible toilets This accessible toilet is approximately 7m (7yd 1ft) from the main entrance. Assistance dogs Assistance dogs are welcome. We can provide a bowl of water for an assistance dog. Wheelchair access There is a ramp leading to the library entrance.

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