Events

Future / Current events

Due to the current Corona Virus outbreak, no physical events have been organised. Please watch this page and the Bletherings page for any future schedule.

However, Anne recently gave a session for her colleagues at Mary Russell School, Paisley, as part of their online in-service programme. In her session Anne demonstrated the benefits of being read to by reading from her own book CadencesPlease click on the link below to hear Anne read:

It’s not all spoken word either: 

Together with some chums, Anne took part in a shared (virtual) stage to show their appreciation for all frontline workers as well as to just sing a wee cheery song:

Over the hill – apologies to John Martyn

Previous events:

  • Hear Anne in a live interview with the Scottish Writers’ Centre. Interview produced by Jess Docherty, SWC Digital Media Officer. 
  • Roots Festival – Feb 2020 – Gig At The Gatehouse, an evening of literature and music with Anne M Scriven and We Three Quinns.
  • Highland Bookshop – Author Event – June 2019 – Interviewed Mike Cawthorne, focusing on his new title Into the Darkness (Birlinn, May 2019).
  • Highland Bookshop – Author Event – April 2019 – ‘An evening with Anne M Scriven’, live reading / discussion about Anne’s writing.
  • The 3 Lochs Arts & Book Festival, Strontian – September 2018 – ‘Making the Everyday Extraordinary’ – a workshop on Life Writing by Anne M Scriven. See Anne’s posting on facebook where she meets festival director, Adam Nicolson.
  • West Kilbride Micro Talks – November 2017 – Anne talking about her writing in 36 slides.
  • Biggar Little Books & Arts Festival – October 2017- Author event with Anne M Scriven about her book, Provence: Tales from a Bookshop (Kennedy & Boyd 2014).
  • Mallaig Book Festival – October 2016 – Live interview Michael F Russell about his new title, Lie of the Land (Birlinn, June 2016). See posting on Anne’s facebook page.
  • Wigtown Book Festival – October 2015 – Author event with Anne M Scriven about her book, Provence: Tales from a Bookshop (Kennedy & Boyd 2014).