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Tarbert Book Festival proves to be a thriller

TARBERT played host to a feast of literary events last weekend as the village’s fourth book festival, sponsored by Blue Energy, took place.

On Friday the school welcomed children’s writers Joey Porter and Angela Proctor to the primary. Well-known comic artists Stevie White and Fin Cramb revealed the art of the graphic novel in the secondary department as they showed how their new version of Peter Pan took shape.

A number of well-known writers took the various audiences on fascinating journeys on Saturday at the Templar Arts and Leisure Centre: Catherine Czerkawska, with her historical novel The Jewel; Janice Galloway talking about her new collection of short stories, Jellyfish.

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