From Glasgow to Saturn Reading Party 1st March

FGTS Reading Party Invite March 2012

We’re all set for an evening of fabulous readings at The Anatomy Museum, 6-8pm, with appearances by Alan Bissett , Zoë Strachan, Kei Miller,  JL Williams , Richie McCaffery and Maggie Ritchie.  All we need now is you!  So print off the invite above (this includes directions to the Anatomy Museum), spread the word, and don’t forget to send us an email at fromglasgowtosaturn@glasgow.ac.uk to let us know you’re coming, just so we can keep an eye on numbers.

Look forward to seeing you there!

Siobhan Staples|Megan Primrose|Paul Deaton

PS Huge apologies to everyone who received our earlier non-sensical post. Technology ran away with us  for just a moment. Oops!

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We’re having a Reading Party!

From Glasgow to Saturn Reading Party

6-8pm, Thursday 1st March

The Anatomy Museum, University of Glasgow

It’s been a long time coming, but we finally got our act together, booked a room and chatted up some lovely writers. A few bits and pieces still to be finalised, but we couldn’t wait to share the news that we’ve bagged a double delight of readings from both  Alan Bissett and Zoë Strachan.  And that for lovers of all things poetic, the wonderful  JL Williams will be presenting some of her amazing work, along with Richie McCaffery, whose poetry recently featured in Issue 24 of From Glasgow to Saturn.

More details, directions and RSVP arrangements to follow shortly, but get that date in your diaries!

Siobhan Staples|Megan Primrose|Paul Deaton

Hello from your new Glasgow to Saturn Editors!

We’ve hope you’ve all had a good summer and have been working hard on your brilliant story/poem/essay to submit for the next From Glasgow to Saturn issue.  We’re delighted to be taking over the magazine from the able hands of Alan, Nick & Sheila for the next twelve months.  Issue 23 will be coming your way in mid-October so we are now open for submissions (and thank you to those of you who have been submitting over the summer).  The deadline for submissions is 26th September.  Further information to follow shortly on our plans for the year- including reading parties, themed issues and more.

Siobhan Staples, Megan Primrose & Paul Deaton