Mandy Haggith

Tales of loss, longing and revenge in Northern Britain 320BC

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£8, under-18s £3

Wednesday, 11th September 2019 | 4.30pm-5.30pm

Nairn Community & Arts Center, King Street, Nairn

Mandy Haggith lives in Assynt where she combines writing with teaching, sailing and environmental activism. She won the Robin Jenkins Literary Award in 2009 and has been poet in residence at the Edinburgh Royal Botanic Gardens and Inverewe Gardens. Her books include four poetry collections (letting light in, Castings, A-B-Tree, Why the Sky is Far Away), a poetry anthology (Into the Forest), a non-fiction book (Paper Trails) and four novels: The Last Bear, Bear Witness and the first two volumes of a novel trilogy set in the Iron Age, The Walrus Mutterer and The Amber Seeker.


Price: Adult £8.00 / under-18s £3.00
(plus £1.00 booking fee*)

*Our booking fee covers the additional costs associated with online ticket sales, including the maintenance of our shop facility.