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       margaret elphinstone
    4pm wednesday 3rd april








Margaret Elphinstone will be talking about her new novel, Lost People, published by Wild Goose Publications.

Set in a bleak, post-war world, the novel addresses many of the major issues of our own time - displacement, war, the fracturing of families as the world around them fractures.


We first see Rue, the novel's main character, as a mute and traumatised child. As she grows to adulthood, nature is her salvation - she makes a life for herself through creating a garden. 

Margaret Elphinstone will be reading from the book and discussing the main themes with Jean Rafferty of Dove Tales. The audience is invited to participate in a question and answer session.

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Scottish Peace Network Vigils take place every month:

Paisley, the second Saturday of the month from 10 - 11.30 am at Paisley Cross near Farmers Market


Glasgow: Fourth Thursday of the month, 5-6pm, Donald Dewar statue, Buchanan Street, Glasgow.

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