Wednesday, 5 March 2014

SciFest at Dunbar library

Friday 14th March 8pm - 10pm, The Gibb room, Dunbar library £4 per ticket

RECENT TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN PUBLISHING –
HOW HAVE THEY CHANGED THE WORLD FOR READERS AND AUTHORS?

Led by Dunbar’s very own crime writer Nigel Bird, this writers' panel will be discussing crime writing and how to get
published in today's environment of e-books and self-publication. The panel include:

Doug Johnstone - a writer, journalist and musician based in Edinburgh. His most recent novel, GONE AGAIN, was published in March 2013.

Allan Guthrie - author of several novels, including TWO-WAY SPLIT, HARD MEN, SAVAGE NIGHT and SLAMMER.

Ed James - lives in the East Lothian countryside. He writes crime fiction novels predominantly the Scott Cullen series of police procedurals set in Edinburgh and the surrounding Lothians - available to download.

Other events at the Bleachingfield Centre, Dunbar

Thursday 13th March at 8pm
Telling the Story... How do we create Smoke Free Homes and Spaces for Our Children?
Translating research findings into Story; bringing out people's voices from the research. Join Dr. Deborah Ritchie, CoastWord's Hannah Lavery
and Award Winning Actress Vicki Balnaves in a discussion about the power of storytelling

Saturday 15th March 8pm - 11pm Cafe Scientifique
David Dickie (University of Edinburgh): The Beautiful Brain
Derek Ball (Heriot Watt University): High Intensity Interval Training
Eddie Clutton (University of Edinburgh): The Need for Anaesthesia to Prevent Animal Suffering

Sunday 16th March 8pm - 10pm
Natural World -
An Evening of Discussion and Readings inspired by the Natural World.

All events £4 per ticket Phone Dunbar Library 01368 866060 or email dunbar.library@eastlothian.gov.uk to book a place
or come along on the evening.

A full list of events and details are available on the Dunbar SciFest website under Whats On.

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