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In November the George Mackay Brown Fellowship will share in a nationwide series of events to commemorate the centenary of birth of Orkney film-maker, director, writer and poet Margaret Tait who was born in Kirkwall on 11 November Two events are being run by the Fellowship, alongside three further events run by other partners, over the weekend of 10thth November. HengeSurge OWC On this Saturday 11th November 2.

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The event will be held in collaboration with Wirdsmit and will take place in the Orkney Library and Archive as part of the Orkney Book Festival. This event is free. Christine lives in Edinburgh but was born and brought up in Shetland. She writes poetry in both English and in Shetlandic.

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Her first novel, And Then Forever, was published in Acutely sensitive to the riches and expressive power of dialect speech and writing, and aware too of how quickly languages can be lost, she has encouraged the use of dialect among younger Shetlanders and has written dialect stories for a range of age groups. Jane Harris will read from her latest book, Sugar Money, out last month and already attracting lavish praise in reviews.

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They will no doubt request the presence not only of Lucien, the thoroughly engaging narrator of Sugar Money, but also the delightful Bessy from The Observations and perhaps even Harriet Baxter, the spiky doubtful heroine of Gillespie and I. Though her work explores dark and troubling themes, and the worst that human beings can do to one another, there is warmth and compassion at the heart of it. Sugar Money is her third novel. We like to think of ourselves as good folk, but Orkney, like the rest of Scotland, sent forth some of its sons to participate in and profit from the trades that used enslaved people to harvest its products, sugar and tobacco.

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Orkney men, and occasionally a woman, also took part in the colonisation of Canada. In this evening of two halves, Jane Harris will read from and talk about her newly published novel, Sugar Money, which brings to life a harrowing series of events in involving a group of slaves in the Caribbean islands of Martinique and Grenada. The second half of the evening begins with Robert Alan Jamieson reading from his latest novel, macCloud Falls, set in British Columbia, Canada, in which an Edinburgh bookseller, recovering from cancer, goes in search of a Shetland ancestor and discovers that the land rights disputes between indigenous peoples and colonists are very much alive.

They will read from their debut novels and from other work, bringing to life the sometimes febrile relationships between adolescent girls and love rivalries amongst women, acted out against the backdrop of a landscape that stirs deep emotions.

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Fiction: Dark Water Nightingale She writes in a variety of styles and enjoys being involved in local writing workshops and events. The question of the validity of literature written in minority dialects continues to be hotly debated among writers and readers. At this Orkney Book Festival we aim to highlight the impressive range of writing in Orcadian that has been developing over the last few years and to provide a platform for a discussion on the merits and potential pitfalls of writing in dialects other than Standard English. On Saturday 11 November from 3. Book Description Paperback.

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