Past speakers at Weegie Wednesday include: James Robertson, Maggie Swinburne, My Weekly Features editor; Rally and Broad; David Ross, non-fiction writer; Alan Grant, comic book writer; David Greig, playwright; Chris Brookmyre, crime writer; Michael Malone, crime writer; Sara Sheridan, fiction writer; Shari Low, journalist and fiction writer; Barry Gornell, fiction writer; Kirsty Logan, fiction writer and poet; Jean Rafferty, fiction writer; Eleanor Yule, film maker; Caron MacPherson, bookshop manager; Sophie Cooke, fiction writer; Rosemary Goring, literary critic and non-fiction writer; James Aldridge, bookseller and events organiser; David Simons, fiction writer; Marion Sinclair, Chief Executive of Publishing Scotland; Gordon Brown, fiction writer and marketing specialist; Duncan Furness, bookseller; Richard Warden, film producer; Alex Gray, crime writer and poet; Iain Banks, fiction writer and Ian Rankin, crime fiction writer, Linda Strachan, The Society of Authors, Sue Reid Sexton, Sinclair and Kim Macleod of Indie Authors World.
Terrace Bar, CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3JD.
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James McCreadie has been writing for 20 years now, though sometimes it feels like a lot more! His past works have included multiple episodes of the soaps River City, Fair City and Doctors. He has also been on the writing team for the CBBC shows Roy and Little Roy. Today, James prefers to concentrate on his own projects and co-writes exclusively with his wife, Debbie May. Their love for film has provided a multitude of scripts in different genres from big action flicks, one of which got them signed by CAA in LA, to small independent scripts, which tend to end up as comedies. Together they’ve penned a number of films / short films, which have went to production, including the award winning ‘Fast Romance’, ‘Crime’ and the upcoming ‘Train Set’, all of which James had roles in. Never one to put all his eggs in one basket, James is also a fight arranger, voiceover artist, and, thanks to his own projects, moving back into acting. He believes anyone can write and is always happy to help those looking to break into the game!
Jim will talk about his experiences.
Weegie Wednesday Wednesday 19 June 2019 from 7.30pm with British historian Evan Mawdsley
June 19, 2019, 7.30pm, Project Cafe
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