Venue: Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford Literary Festival
One of the world’s most prolific and best-loved authors, Alexander McCall Smith, talks about his life and work at Oxford Literary Festival. About Alexander McCall Smith McCall Smith worked for many years as a professor of medical law before turning his hand to writing. Publication of The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency turned him into a […]
This one-man publishing phenomenon helped to launch the first-ever Colonsay Book Festival in 2012, and he now makes a welcome return to talk about Mma Ramotswe, Bertie, philosophy, dinner parties, bulldozers and who knows what else? http://www.colonsaybookfestival.org.uk/festival/
Venue: St Stephen's Church, Stockbridge, Edinburgh
The Really Terrible Orchestra presents The Emerging Composers Competition Concert. Five new composers—five original compositions under the distinguished baton of Sir Richard Neville-Towle. This concert will also feature an interval conversation between Alexander McCall Smith and broadcaster and fellow Edinburgh-based author, James Naughtie. Tickets are now available. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Alexander McCall Smith and his wife Elizabeth were the […]
Venue: Anderson’s Bookshop, 123 W Jefferson Ave, Naperville, IL 60540
Alexander McCall Smith visits the lovely Anderson’s Bookshop in the Chicago suburb of Naperville to meet old friends and new and talk about ‘My Italian Bulldozer’, his new novel. An hour in this author’s company is an hour of sheer delight—don’t miss it! Tickets now available.
Venue: Page and Palette, 32 S Section St, Fairhope, AL 36532
Mobile is referred to in more than one Alexander McCall Smith novel and he returns this spring for a visit to his beloved Page & Palette to discuss his new book, My Italian Bulldozer. Alexander has said of Alabama: “A very pretty part of the world, I thought. And I love Mobile, with its oak […]
Venue: Book Revue, 313 New York Ave, Huntington, NY 11743
Alexander McCall Smith will be on Long Island for a visit to Book Revue where he will discuss and read from his new book, My Italian Bulldozer. Tickets now available. Don’t miss out on an evening of good cheer, laughter and conversation.