We are back.
After the success of our first crowdfunded anthology F, M or Other: Quarrels with the Gender Binary – Knight Errant is back, putting queer experiences firmly on the map of Glasgow.
Mark the date: 24 November 2018
Time:13.30 to 16.30 (sharp)
Place: The Mitchell Library, North St, Glasgow G3 7DN
Tickets can be booked here. Prices are £5 for a regular ticket. There are 20 FREE tickets available for those who need one (see below).
The price of the ticket includes a hot drink, treats (vegan friendly) and £2 off 1 book OR art print of your choice from Knight Errant.
Ely Percy will read from their debut novel Vicky Romeo plus Joolz, a butch meets femme romantic comedy set in Glasgow and set to be published in February 2019; followed by readings from Ryan Vance, Michael Lee Richardson and Eleanor Capaldi of their pieces from the Queering the Map of Glasgow collection.
The readings will be followed by a panel discussion with Ely, Nathaniel (Knight Errant) and Monstrous Regiment (of “The Bi-ble” and Monstrous Regiment Magazine fame – Crimson, Emerald et al.) about our recent recon mission to map and record the local queer spaces and histories of Glasgow, and the significance of publishing queer voices as a way of placing and retracing queer experience in the past, present and future.
This event will also mark the launch of the Wicked Wee Bks imprint (more about this imprint soon) – the first publication of the series conveniently shares its name with this event. Our queer map of Glasgow, by no means exhaustive, will be beautifully executed by Kirsty Hunter and available to purchase at the event.
Accessibility: The event will be mostly sitting room, is wheelchair accessible and has accessible facilities.
Due to the high demand we’ve had to increase the number of tickets available. We will be relocating to a bigger, equally accessible venue with Category is books as a smaller mobile bookshop.
1/3 of the total number of tickets are FREE (i.e. we have 60 tickets available, of those 20 are free)
The code is 34QU.
For students, people on a low income, un(under)employed folks and any other beans who find themselves in a tough spot. Come and join us.