Edinburgh International Book Festival *elsewhere* Stories

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Synopsis

Leading authors read their brand new work on the theme of Elsewhere

Episodes

  • South by Gillian Philip

    South by Gillian Philip

    07/06/2011 Duration: 17min

    Gillian Philip reading South. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • The Art of Elsewhere by Ali Smith

    The Art of Elsewhere by Ali Smith

    03/06/2011 Duration: 07min

    Ali Smith reading The Art of Elsewhere. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • Chicago by Alan Radcliffe

    Chicago by Alan Radcliffe

    01/06/2011 Duration: 20min

    Alan Radcliffe reading Chicago. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • Sassuolo by Eleanor Thom

    Sassuolo by Eleanor Thom

    31/05/2011 Duration: 18min

    Eleanor Thom reading Sassuolo. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • Bain de Soleil by David Vann

    Bain de Soleil by David Vann

    27/05/2011 Duration: 10min

    David Vann reading Bain de Soleil. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • A Tale of Two Cities by Yiyun Li

    A Tale of Two Cities by Yiyun Li

    24/05/2011 Duration: 09min

    Yiyun Li reading A Tale of Two Cities. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • After Drink You Can Turn Earth Upside Down by Rodge Glass

    After Drink You Can Turn Earth Upside Down by Rodge Glass

    24/05/2011 Duration: 17min

    Rodge Glass reading After Drink You Can Turn Earth Upside Down. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • Be Here Now by Miguel Syjuco

    Be Here Now by Miguel Syjuco

    20/05/2011 Duration: 24min

    Miguel Syjuco reading Be Here Now. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • Apparently by Karen Cambell

    Apparently by Karen Cambell

    18/05/2011 Duration: 17min

    Karen Cambell reading Apparently. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • The Unclaimed Girl by Barry Hutchison

    The Unclaimed Girl by Barry Hutchison

    16/05/2011 Duration: 26min

    Barry Hutchison reading The Unclaimed Girl. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • Not Scotland by Anne Donovan

    Not Scotland by Anne Donovan

    11/05/2011 Duration: 15min

    Anne Donovan reading Not Scotland. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • The Future According to Luke by James Robertson

    The Future According to Luke by James Robertson

    09/05/2011 Duration: 20min

    James Robertson reading The Future According to Luke. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • Partytime by Robin Robertson

    Partytime by Robin Robertson

    04/05/2011 Duration: 02min

    Robin Robertson reading Partytime. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • Red Wolves in the Mist by Elizabeth Laird

    Red Wolves in the Mist by Elizabeth Laird

    04/05/2011 Duration: 12min

    Elizabeth Laird reading Red Wolves in the Mist. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • Welcome to Flaxland by Andy Stanton

    Welcome to Flaxland by Andy Stanton

    02/05/2011 Duration: 13min

    Andy Stanton reading Welcome to Flaxland. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • As The Proverb Goes… by Anne Fine

    As The Proverb Goes… by Anne Fine

    02/05/2011 Duration: 07min

    Elsewhere. For me the word had a magic ring right from the start, like the beginning of a fairy tale. Once Upon a Time…

  • Los San Patricios by Roddy Doyle

    Los San Patricios by Roddy Doyle

    02/05/2011 Duration: 08min

    Roddy Doyle reading Los San Patricios. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • A Flash of Blue Light by Michel Faber

    A Flash of Blue Light by Michel Faber

    02/05/2011 Duration: 11min

    Michel Faber reading A Flash of Blue Light. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • Marilyns Hands by Gill Arbuthnott

    Marilyn's Hands by Gill Arbuthnott

    29/04/2011 Duration: 14min

    Gill Arbuthnott reading Marilyn's Hands. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

  • We Are All Waiting by Denise Mina

    We Are All Waiting by Denise Mina

    27/04/2011 Duration: 15min

    Denise Mina reading We Are All Waiting. Part of an engaging and varied series of podcasts of leading authors reading their remarkable new stories, poems or essays on the theme of ‘Elsewhere’. Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. You can read or download the Elsewhere stories, listen to more Elsewhere podcasts or watch the videos of events filmed live at the Book Festival on www.edbookfest.co.uk.

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