Edinburgh Book Fringe
- Telephone: 0131 662 9112
- Website: www.word-power.co.uk
Taking place in radical bookshop Word Power, the Edinburgh Book Fringe brings together writers and activists from around the world for a host of daily readings and discussions, all of which are free.
Edinburgh Book Fringe / Word Power Books.
Free readings and talks with writers and activists from around the world in Word Power Books, Scotland's independent and radical bookshop. Full programme can be viewed on our website and is opened by James Robertson who reads from his new novel on Friday August 9. Come along and visit our friendly community bookshop. All ages.
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