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Edinburgh’s Festival of Libraries
Celebrating Edinburgh’s Libraries
November 8th to 14th 2008
Venues across Edinburgh
Programme sponsored by Edinburgh City Libraries & Information Service, Edinburgh
University Libraries, Museums & Galleries Service, Napier University Learning
Information Service. Edinburgh’s Festival of Libraries is organised by ELISA
(Edinburgh Libraries & Information Services Agency)

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Welcome to Edinburgh’s Festival of Libraries for 2008! Come and see for yourself
how libraries can be big, bold and beautiful – and they are there just for you!
Edinburgh’s Festival of Libraries 2008 is a week long programme of events planned
across the city. It starts with a bang on Saturday 8th November with the Edinburgh
Libraries Fair and will run until Friday 14th November. There are over 50 different
library and information services contributing, so if it’s surveying or painting, family
history or modern politics, health or wealth, you’re interested in, come along – there is
something for everyone – and most of it is free! Events include workshops, talks,
exhibitions, tours to little known places, and performances.

This programme is just a taster of events running across Edinburgh throughout the
Festival of Libraries. Visit our information desk at Central Library, running Monday
10th to Friday 14th November, 11am to 1pm each day or check out the Festival web
site www.edlibfest.org for the latest details.
We look forward to seeing you!
Festival of Libraries Team


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Running throughout the week

Exhibition


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People Behind the Pages
This exhibition charts the history of the people who worked in the various industries
involved in the creation of books and other printed material in Scotland.
Museum of Edinburgh, 142 Canongate, EH8 8DD. 0131 529 4143
Organised by SAPPHIRE (Scottish Archive of Print & Publishing History Records)
www.sapphire.ac.uk

Exhibition

The Dawn of a New Era
A photographic exhibition by Lothian Health Services Archive (local NHS archive
repository, based in Edinburgh University Library) to celebrate the 60th anniversary
of the NHS. www.lhsa.lib.ed.ac.uk
The Pelican Gallery at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Little France, EH16 4SA


Exhibition

Edinburgh Geologists from Enlightenment to Contemporary
British Geological Survey, Murchison House, West Mains Road, EH9 3LA
www.bgs.ac.uk 0131 650 0249

Exhibition

Words from the Wounded: an exhibition of photographs with poetry written by
convalescing and wounded soldiers and their nurses during the Great War
Edinburgh City Libraries & University of Edinburgh
Central Library, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EG
www.edinburgh.gov.uk/libraries


Exhibition

Artists’ Books in the City
Edinburgh College of Art & Edinburgh City Libraries
Edinburgh College of Art, Evolution House, West Port EH3 9DF
www.eca.ac.uk 0131 221 6007

Exhibition

Written on the Body
Royal College of Surgeons
Surgeons’ Hall, Nicolson Street, EH8 9DW
www.rcsed.ac.uk 0131 527 1600

Exhibition

Hidden Histories: Heriot Watt University and its Edinburgh Campus
This exhibition at the University Museum and Archive will explore the remarkable
history of two centuries of learning at Heriot Watt University and the hidden history
of its Edinburgh campus.

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Heriot Watt University Campus, Riccarton, EH14 4AS
http://hw-news.hw.ac.uk/events 0131 451 3219

Exhibition

The War Poets Collection – a permanent exhibition which allows visitors to view the
Collection and gain an insight into the personal and social experiences of conflict
through the words, memories, voices and photographs of the officers who spent time
here during the First World War.
Napier University, Craiglockhart Campus, EH14 1DJ
Open Saturday 2.00 – 6.00pm, and Mon – Fri during normal business hours
For the week of the Festival of Libraries, there will be curator-led talks at 2pm every
day Mon – Fri at 2pm. For more information 0131 455 6021 or email
c.walker@napier.ac.uk


Exhibition

Electric Roadshow – see the full range of quality information resources you can
access free with your Edinburgh City Libraries membership. Discover the help you
can get with homework, business, study or personal interest demonstrated by
information professionals at these roadshows. One will be at Adam House on 8th
November plus others at venues near you during the week. Log onto
www.edlibfest.org for further details.

Open Week

Health in Mind Information Resource Centre Open Week
Health in Mind, 40 Shandwick Place, EH2 4RT
10.00 – 12.30 & 1.15 – 4.00 every day except Sat. and Sun.
Free – to find out more contact gayle@health-in-mind.org.uk 0131 225 8508

All above events run for the duration of the Festival of Libraries, from Saturday 8th
November to Friday 14th November 2008. Please note that some locations are closed
on Saturdays and Sundays.

Performance

Chat with a Celebrity – use messenger style chat technology in your local library or
home to chat live with a well-known celebrity. Your chance to talk to a star! The
session sponsored by Enquire will be during Edinburgh Libraries Festival. Check out
the time and further details on www.edlibfest.org
Edinburgh City Libraries in partnership with Enquire
http://www.peoplesnetwork.gov.uk/

More events are being added to the programme all the time. Check out Edinburgh’s
Festival of Libraries website for more details. www.edlibfest.org

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Saturday 8th November

Launch event

Edinburgh Libraries Fair
Adam House, Chambers Street
10am – 4pm
Free – No booking required
Edinburgh Libraries Fair is a one-day exhibition of over 40 Edinburgh-based library
and information services brought together under the one roof – is this the biggest
library in the world? Come and see for yourself! There will be demonstrations,
quizzes, activities for children, and lots of people to talk to about any topic under the
sun.

Poetry and Memorabilia
Words of the Wounded - Submission Day
If you have an interest in World War One, or have some written memorabilia from the
Great War you would like to show, you are invited to come along to this event to be a
part of Remembrance 90. We are particularly interested in the poems and songs that
service men and women wrote. There will be experts on hand to advise on
memorabilia and the history of the period, as well as an exhibition and display.
Leith Library, 28 – 30 Ferry Road, EH6 4AE
10am -12pm
Free – No booking required. For more information 0131 529 5518 or email
fiona.myles@edinburgh.gov.uk

For Children

Songs & Stories with Tony Bonning
Oxgangs Library, 343 Oxgangs Road North, EH13 9LY
11am -12pm
For ages 4 to 7
Free – Booking required. Free tickets will be available from Oxgangs Library two
weeks before this event 0131 529 5549

For Children

Songs & Stories with Tony Bonning
Portobello Library, 14 Rosefield Avenue, EH15 1AU
2.30pm -3.30pm
For ages 4 to 7
Free – Booking required. Free tickets will be available from Portobello Library two
weeks before this event. 0131 529 5558


Performance


Not about heroes


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This play by Stephen MacDonald presents the story of the friendship between the
First World War poets Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon which was forged while
both were inmates at the Military Hospital for Nervous Diseases at Craiglockhart in
Edinburgh. www.rowantreecompany.co.uk
Lindsay Stewart Lecture Theatre, Craiglockhart Campus, Napier University, EH14
1DJ
19.00
Free – booking essential, please contact Lisa Greig on 0131 455 6027 or email
l.greig@napier.ac.uk


Performance

Urdu Literary and Musical Evening
McDonald Road Library in partnership with Bazm-e Urdu Scotland, 2 McDonald
Road, EH7 4LU
7.30pm – 10.30pm
Free – no booking required

Walking tour

Edinburgh Printing Trail
A walking tour organised by 500 years of Printing in Scotland Programme
Departing from Adam House at 10.30am and 2.00pm. Tours last approximately one
hour.
Places limited, booking on a first come first served basis.



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Sunday 9th November

For children

Scaley Tails & Twinkling Tiaras with Vivian French
McDonald Road Library, 2 McDonald Road, EH7 4LU
2.30pm -3.30pm
For ages 5 to 8
Free – Booking required. Free tickets will be available from McDonald Road Library
two weeks before this event. 0131 529 5636

Walking tour

Tour of the Old City Wall
Led by Graeme Cruikshank
Meet at 2.30 at the National Library of Scotland, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EW
Free – to book a place contact 0131 623 4675 or e.mail events@nls.uk


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Monday 10th November

Talk

Family History talks and guided tours of the National Archives of Scotland and
Scotland’s People Centre
National Archives of Scotland, H M General Register House, 2 Princes Street,
Edinburgh EH1 3YY
2pm – 3.30pm
Free. Booking by e-mail, phone or post is essential, as numbers are limited to 30 for
each event. 0131 535 1341, Matthew.Fawcett@nas.gov.uk

Film

Edinburgh Premiere of feature-length documentary “The Hollywood Librarian”
Introduced by the director, Ann Seidl. Dozens of interviews of real librarians are
interwoven with movie clips of cinematic librarians and serve as transitions between
the themes of censorship, intellectual freedom, children and librarians, pay equity and
funding issues, and the value of reading.
Lindsay Stewart Lecture Theatre, Craiglockhart Campus, Napier University, EH14
1DJ
Screening starts 20.00
Free – retiring collection on behalf of BookAid International

Tour

Central Library Architectural Tour
Central Library, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EG
7pm - 7.45pm
Free – Each tour is limited to 10 places. Please note this tour comprises several flights
of stairs and are not suitable for people with mobility difficulties.
Please book by contacting Fine Art on 0131 242 8040 or
central.fineart.library@edinburgh.gov.uk

Walking Tour

Watt Walks: a guided walking tour – Campus History walk
Heriot Watt University Campus, Riccarton, EH14 4AS
12.30 – the walking tour will leave from the James Watt statue in front of the
University main reception and will last approximately one hour
Free – no booking necessary. For more information http://hw-news.hw.ac.uk/events
0131 451 8455

Open Afternoon

Scottish Poetry Library, 5 Crichton's Close, Edinburgh EH8 8DT - From 1-6pm, come
in to find out more about the SPL, what we do and how easy it is to join as a borrower

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– just bring your proof of address to sign up on the spot.
0131 557 2876 www.spl.org.uk

Workshop

Nothing but the Poem – a poetry discussion workshop
Scottish Poetry Library, 5 Crichton's Close, Edinburgh EH8 8DT
6.00 – 7.00 pm
Free – no booking required. For more information 0131 557 2876 www.spl.org.uk


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Tuesday 11th November

Talk

EU elections: What's it all about?
The next European Parliament elections will be in June 2009 and the European
Parliament Office in Scotland will host an information event to explain how it all
works and how the European Parliament influences our daily lives.
The European Parliament Office in Scotland, 4 Jackson's Entry, Holyrood Road,
Edinburgh, EH8 8PJ
11am – 12pm
Attendance at the presentation is free but registration is necessary: Fax: 0131 557
4977, Email: epedinburgh@europarl.europa.eu, Tel.: 0131 557 7866

Talk

From Ballads to Bed-warmers – the Corson Collection of Walter Scott material
A talk by Paul Barnaby, Project Officer, Walter Scott Digital Archive
Writers’ Museum, Lady Stair's Close, Lawnmarket, EH1 2PA
12.00 noon
Free – no booking required but for more information contact 0131 529 4064 or email
elaine.greig@edinburgh.gov.uk


Workshop

Exploring Literature – Online Literature Resource Site Workshop
Central Library Learning Centre, Central Library, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EG
2pm – 3.30pm
Free – Booking is required. To book a place please contact Central Reference Library
on 0131 242 8060 or e-mail central.reference.library@edinburgh.gov.uk

Interactive Tour

Treasure Hunt


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Take an IQ test at the 150s, calculate your BMI at the 600s, match a quote from
Shakespeare to the play at the 800s, and discover what our collection has to offer
everyone.
Queen Margaret University Learning Resource Centre, Queen Margaret University
Drive, Musselburgh, EH21 6UU
4pm – 7pm
Free – No booking required – all welcome. For more information contact 0131 474
0000 and ask for the Learning Resource Centre.

Performance

Words from the Wounded – Readings of poems related to war
Central Library Conference Room, Central Library, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EG
6.30pm – 7.30pm
Free – No booking required

Film

Edinburgh Premiere of feature-length documentary “The Hollywood Librarian”
Dozens of interviews of real librarians are interwoven with movie clips of cinematic
librarians and serve as transitions between the themes of censorship, intellectual
freedom, children and librarians, pay equity and funding issues, and the value of
reading.
Screen Academy, Napier University, Merchiston Avenue, EH10 5DT
Screening starts 19.00
Free – retiring collection on behalf of BookAid International

Tour

Central Library Architectural Tour
Central Library, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EG
7pm - 7.45pm
Free – Each tour is limited to 10 places. Please note this tour comprises several flights
of stairs and are not suitable for people with mobility difficulties.
Please book by contacting Fine Art on 0131 242 8040 or
central.fineart.library@edinburgh.gov.uk

Tour

A behind the scenes tour of the new Centre for Research Collections, Edinburgh
University Library
Edinburgh University Main Library, CRC 6th Floor, George Square, EH8 9LJ
11.00 – 12.00am
Free – places are limited, please book by contacting joseph.marshall@ed.ac.uk or
0131 650 6864

Meet the Author

Scottish Crime Night with Allan Guthrie & Tony Black
Leith Library, 28 – 30 Ferry Road, EH6 4AE
7.00 – 8.00pm

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Free – to book a place contact 0131 529 5518 jill.marple@edinburgh.gov.uk

Meet the Makar

Ron Butlin is the current Edinburgh Poet Laureate (Makar). With an international
reputation as a prize-winning novelist he is one of Scotland's most acclaimed writers.
You are invited to meet the Makar and to hear some of his work first hand.
Central Library, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EG
6.45pm - 7.45pm
Free – Please book by contacting Fine Art on 0131 242 8040 or
central.fineart.library@edinburgh.gov.uk

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Wednesday 12th November

Talk

Healthy Reading – a talk on the role of self-help resources in supporting people’s
mental health and well-being
Health in Mind, 40 Shandwick Place, EH2 4RT
1.30 – 3.30pm
Free – to find out more contact gayle@health-in-mind.org.uk 0131 225 8508

Talk

Family History talks and guided tours of the National Archives of Scotland and
Scotland’s People Centre
National Archives of Scotland, H M General Register House, 2 Princes Street,
Edinburgh EH1 3YY
2pm – 3.30pm
Free. Booking by e-mail, phone or post is essential, as numbers are limited to 30 for
each event. 0131 535 1341, Matthew.Fawcett@nas.gov.uk

Tour

Tour of the Library & Music Box Performing Arts Centre
Stevenson College, Bankhead Avenue, EH11 4DE
Tour 1: 14.00 – 14.50/ Tour 2: 15.00 – 15.50/ Tour 3: 16.00 – 16.50
Free – to book a place telephone: 0131 535 4691 or e-mail
awardrope@stevenson.ac.uk

Talk

Who says Writing Art Books is easy? Christopher Andreae tries to describe with
words and pictures the delights and hazards of his job
Central Library Conference Room, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EG
6.45 – 7.45pm


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Free – Booking is required. To book a place please contact Central Fine Art Library
on 0131 242 8040 or e-mail central.fineart.library@edinburgh.gov.uk

Film

Edinburgh Premiere of feature-length documentary “The Hollywood Librarian”
Dozens of interviews of real librarians are interwoven with movie clips of cinematic
librarians and serve as transitions between the themes of censorship, intellectual
freedom, children and librarians, pay equity and funding issues, and the value of
reading.
Screen Academy, Napier University, Merchiston Avenue, EH10 5DT
Screening starts 19.00
Free – retiring collection on behalf of BookAid International

Tour

Central Library Architectural Tour
Central Library, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EG
7pm - 7.45pm
Free – Each tour is limited to 10 places. Please note this tour comprises several flights
of stairs and are not suitable for people with mobility difficulties.
Please book by contacting Fine Art on 0131 242 8040 or
central.fineart.library@edinburgh.gov.uk

Walking Tour

Watt Walks: a guided walking tour – Art Trail
Heriot Watt University Campus, Riccarton, EH14 4AS
12.30 – the walking tour will leave from the James Watt statue in front of the
University main reception and will last approximately one hour
Free – no booking necessary. For more information http://hw-news.hw.ac.uk/events
0131 451 8455

Talk

Muriel Spark Society Annual Lecture with Alan Taylor
National Library of Scotland, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EW
7 pm
Free – to book a place contact 0131 623 4675 or e.mail events@nls.uk

Tour

Hidden Treasures – a brief introduction to the history of the New College Library and
how the library works today, with a rarely available tour of the basement stacks which
contain unique special collections.
New College Library, Mound Place, EH1 2LX
10.00 – 10.45
Free – limited places offered on a first come first serve basis. Please note there are
several flights of stairs – disabled access must be arranged in advance.

Open Day

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Children & Families – Information & Learning Resources Centre
154 MacDonald Road, EH7 4NN
An opportunity to see a full range of fantastic resources used to support the education
of children from 0 – 18 in the city.
10.00 – 4.00
Free – no booking required. For more information 0131 469 2960 or email ES-
ILR@ea.edin.sch.uk

Tour

Exploring Scotland’s Places
Join us on a behind the scenes tour to find out more about the work of RCAHMS and
Discover “Lost Edinburgh” through original archive material and a talk about the
buildings in Edinburgh that have been destroyed or proposed but never built.
RCAHMS, John Sinclair House, 16 Bernard Terrace, EH8 9NX
Free – if you would like to take part in this event please contact 0131 662 1456 or e-
mail info@rcahms.gov.uk

Open Afternoon

VOCAL – Voice of Carers Across Lothian – Information Centre
An afternoon of information and support for carers.
VOCAL Centre, 8 -13 Johnston Terrace, EH1 2PW
1.00 – 5.00pm
Free – to be assured of one to one information please book on 0131 622 6666



Performance

Poetrio
A reading performance of a variety of poetry by Anne Connolly, Maureen Sangster
and Irene Brown in Scots and English
Stockbridge Library, Hamilton Place, EH3 5BA
6.00 – 7.00 pm
Free – to book a place contact 0131 529 5665 or email
stockbridge.library@edinburgh.gov.uk

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Thursday 13th November

Workshop

Books in Focus – the session will look at some of the artists books in the collection,
focusing on the work of contemporary Scottish artists such as David Shrigley, Simon
Starling and Smith/Stewart.
SNGMA Library & Reading Room, Dean Gallery, 73 Belford Road, EH4 3DS

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11.30am – 12.30pm
Free – to book a place contact 0131 624 6253 or e.mail
kwatson@nationalgalleries.org

Workshop

Words from the Wounded – A poetry workshop looking at poetry and war
Central Library Conference Room, Central Library, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EG
2.30pm – 4pm
Free – No booking required

Workshop

Nothing But The Poem – A poetry discussion workshop
Piershill Library, 30 Piersfield Terrace, EH8 7BQ
6.30pm – 7.30pm
Free – No booking required. For more information 0131 529 5685 or email
piershill.library@edinburgh.gov.uk

Film

Edinburgh Premiere of feature-length documentary “The Hollywood Librarian”
Dozens of interviews of real librarians are interwoven with movie clips of cinematic
librarians and serve as transitions between the themes of censorship, intellectual
freedom, children and librarians, pay equity and funding issues, and the value of
reading.
Screen Academy, Napier University, Merchiston Avenue, EH10 5DT
Screening starts 19.00
Free – retiring collection on behalf of BookAid International

Tour

Central Library Architectural Tour
Central Library, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EG
7pm - 7.45pm
Free – Each tour is limited to 10 places. Please note this tour comprises several flights
of stairs and are not suitable for people with mobility difficulties.
Please book by contacting Fine Art on 0131 242 8040 or
central.fineart.library@edinburgh.gov.uk

Talk

Capital Caricatures: John Kay’s Originals – the Medical Set
a talk by Sheila Szatkowski about the medical characters in John Kay's famous
original book of Caricatures
Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh, Surgeons’ Hall, Nicolson Street, EH8 9DW
7pm
£4 / £2 conc. – to book a place contact 0131 527 1600 or e-mail library@rcsed.ac.uk

Walking Tour


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Watt Walks: a guided walking tour – Two Centuries of Learning walk
Heriot Watt University Campus, Riccarton, EH14 4AS
12.30 – the walking tour will leave from the James Watt statue in front of the
University main reception and will last approximately one hour
Free – no booking necessary. For more information http://hw-news.hw.ac.uk/events
0131 451 8455

Workshop

Introduction to the Map Library – the long and the short of it
Map Library, National Library of Scotland, 33 Salisbury Place, EH9 1SL
The long intro: 10.00 – 12.30 / the short intro: 3.00 – 3.45
Free – Please book by contacting 0131 623 3970 or email maps@nls.uk

Tour

A behind the scenes tour of the new Centre for Research Collections, Edinburgh
University Library
Edinburgh University Main Library, CRC 6th Floor, George Square, EH8 9LJ
11.00 – 12.00am
Free – places are limited, please book by contacting joseph.marshall@ed.ac.uk or
0131 650 6864

Open Day

Children & Families – Information & Learning Resources Centre
154 MacDonald Road, EH7 4NN
An opportunity to see a full range of fantastic resources used to support the education
of children from 0 – 18 in the city.
10.00 – 4.00
Free – no booking required. For more information 0131 469 2960 or email ES-
ILR@ea.edin.sch.uk

Talk

The Three and Sixpenny Doctor
A reminiscence and discussion session on the early days of the NHS run by the Living
Memory Association
Hosted by Western General Hospital Library, Crewe Road South, EH4 2XU
2.00pm
Free – to book a place, please contact 0131 667 0761 or e-mail
miles@livingmemory.org.uk

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Friday 14th November

Workshop


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Explore your history with SCRAN – an online resources workshop
Central Library Learning Centre, Central Library, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EG
2pm – 4pm
Free – Booking is required. To book a place please contact Central Library Edinburgh
Room on 0131 242 8030 or e-mail edinburgh.room@edinburgh.gov.uk

For Children

Princess Poppy with Janey Jones
Central Library Conference Room, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EG
2.30pm -3.30pm
For ages 3 to 6
Free – Booking required. Free tickets will be available from Central Library two
weeks before this event 0131 242 8000

Talk

The Three and Sixpenny Doctor
A reminiscence and discussion session on the early days of the NHS run by the Living
Memory Association
Hosted by The Pelican Gallery at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Little France,
EH16 4SA in conjunction with “The Dawn of a New Era” a photographic exhibition
by Lothian Health Services Archive (local NHS archive repository, based in
Edinburgh University Library) to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the NHS.
www.lhsa.lib.ed.ac.uk
2.00pm
Free – to book a place, please contact 0131 667 0761 or e-mail
miles@livingmemory.org.uk

Finale event

The Future of the Book
Print books or e-books? Uplift or download? Writers and readers or interactive
interchange? A panel of informed people will present and discuss a range of views on
this topic. Join their discussion and get thinking about what part you will play in the
future of the book. Enjoy the informal atmosphere – light refreshments will be
available. This event is sponsored by OCLC and the National Library of Scotland
Scottish Book Trust, Sandeman House, Trunk’s Close, 55 High Street, EH1 1SR
7.00 pm onwards
Free – to book a place please contact 0131 623 4675 or e-mail events@nls.uk

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Page 14 & Page 15 (INFO NEEDED: DOUBLE PAGE SPREAD: Key to map spread
over 2 pages. Listings of map numbers with relevant contact details for organisations
listed in programme above. Please advise on amount of detail recommended).

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Edinburgh’s Festival of Libraries would like to thank our main sponsors:

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