Merryn Glover at Nairn Book and Arts Festival


Merryn Glover was born in Kathmandu and grew up in Nepal, India and Pakistan. Her first novel, A House Called Askival, was published in 2014. She has written four radio plays for BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio Scotland and numerous short stories. Australian by citizenship, she lives in the Highlands and has called Scotland home for over 25 years.

In her latest novel Of Stone and Sky, after shepherd Colvin Munro disappears, a mysterious trail of his twelve possessions leads into the Cairngorm mountains. His foster sister Mo and prodigal brother Sorley are driven to discover the forces that led to his disappearance. The story circles out to embrace the entire community, its history and the landscape that shapes them. Spanning almost a century, the novel is a paean to the connections between people, their land and way of life.

Join Merryn at the Nairn Book and Arts Festival for an in-person discussion and Q&A about Of Stone and Sky, a novel about connections between people, their land and way of life.

Tickets: £10

Venue: Nairn Community and Arts Centre.

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Friday 10 Sep 2021 14:30 to Friday 10 Sep 2021 16:00
Nairn Community and Arts Centre, Nairn. United Kingdom