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I attended a reading by Prof Alan Spence tonight in Aberdeen:
Tuesday 20th August, 7pm, Waterstone’s, Union Bridge.
ALAN SPENCE will read from his acclaimed new novel Night Boat, set in 18th Century Japan. Just published, it has already received stunning reviews. Alan is an award-winning poet and playwright, novelist and short story writer. He is the University’s Professor in Creative Writing and founded the annual WORD Festival. Night Boat is Waterstone’s Scottish Book of the Month. Admission is free and doors open at 6.30pm
My review copy of his new book Night Boat (which tells the story of Zen master Hakuin) is coming soon and I will be interviewing Prof Spence for Notes from the Gean Literary Review which will be out in November.