Harry Giles, whose poetry appears in Be the First to Like This and Our Real Red Selves, will be at the Ullapool Book Festival in an event chaired by Peggy Hughes on Friday, 5 May at 3.30 p.m. Tickets are £8. For more details please visit the Ullapool Book Festival website.
From the Ullapool Book Festival website:
"Harry Giles is a writer and performer from Orkney, based in Edinburgh. Their latest publication is Tonguit from Freight Books, shortlisted for the 2014 Edwin Morgan Poetry Award and the 2016 Forward Prize for Best First Collection, and they were the 2009 BBC Scotland slam champion. Harry founded Inky Fingers Spoken Word and co-directs the performance platform ANATOMY; their participatory theatre has toured festivals across Europe, including Forest Fringe (UK), NTI (Latvia) and CrisisArt (Italy); and their performance What We Owe was picked by the Guardian's best-of-the-Fringe 2013 roundup – in the “But Is It Art?” category."