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Allan Wilson  

Date City Venue
Tour: Wasted in Love Tour
26/03/12 Allan Wilson in Dundee Literary Dundee
Time: 6:00pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee Old Hawkhill and Hunter Street, Dundee. Allan Wilson presents his first ever reading in Dundee at the Dundee Literary Salon. Free.
11/10/11 Allan Wilson in Glasgow Waterstones Sauchiehall St
Time: 5:25pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 0141 332 9105. Address: Sauchiehall St Glasgow. Allan Wilson launches his stunning debut collection “Wasted in Love” with a reading and conversation with Rodge Glass.

Cargo Crate Launch  

Date City Venue
Tour: Cargo Crate Tour
23/01/11 Cargo Crate Launch in Glasgow Arches
Time: 3:00pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages/Licensed. Address: 253 Argyle Street Glasgow, Lanarkshire G2 8DL. It’s the Glasgow launch for our brand new label, Cargo Crate-Scotland’s first ebook exclusive imprint. This free event features readings from Cargo Crate authors Alan Bissett and Simon Sylvester and a demonstration of our ebook technology. Then there’s a chance to buy the brand new ebooks and print copies of the books while we enjoy a DJ set from Miaoux Miaoux. Join us for an evening of talks, tech and a celebration of the future of literature!
21/01/11 Cargo Crate Launch in Edinburgh National Library of Scotland
Time: 6:00pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1EW. It’s the Edinburgh launch for our brand new label, Cargo Crate-Scotland’s first ebook exclusive imprint. This free event features readings from Cargo Crate authors Alan Bissett and Simon Sylvester, a host of guest speakers and a demonstration of our ebook technology. Then there’s a chance to buy the brand new ebooks and print copies of the books! Join us for an evening of talks, tech and a celebration of the future of literature!

Cargo Special Delivery  

Date City Venue
Tour: Cargo Special Delivery Tour
29/09/11 Cargo Special Delivery in Edinburgh Edinburgh Central Library
Time: 6:30pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 0131 242 8100. Address: 9 George IV Bridge Edinburgh EH1 1EG. Venue phone: 0131 242 8000. The Special Delivery tour returns to Edinburgh for a brilliant show with three of the hottest Cargo authors and some of the best new fiction in Scotland. Tracey S. Rosenberg will be reading from her no.1 bestseller, The Girl In The Bunker, Andrew Raymond Drennan will feature his acclaimed sophomore novel The Immaculate Heart and Allan Wilson will be giving us a sneak preview of the book everyone is talking about, Wasted in Love. Tickets must be reserved-call now to avoid disappointment.
15/09/11 Cargo Special Delivery in Edinburgh Edinburgh Central Library
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 0131 242 8000. Address: 9 George IV Bridge Edinburgh EH1 1EG. Venue phone: 0131 242 8000. Cargo Special Delivery roles back to Edinburgh! We’re previewing our stunning Elsewhere collaboration with the Edinburgh International Book Festival and McSweeney’s with the super Kirstin Innes, literary hotshot Allan Wilson will be reading from his forthcoming Cargo collection “Wasted in Love” and Andrew Raymond Drennan brings his beautiful and controversial poetics with the critically acclaimed “The Immaculate Heart.” Don’t miss this classic gig.
12/09/11 Cargo Special Delivery in Stirling The Tolbooth
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: £7. Age restrictions: All Ages/Licensed. Box office: 01786 274000. Address: Jail Wynd Stirling FK8 1DE. Venue phone: 01786 274 000. Cargo Special Delivery comes to Stirling’s Off The Page Festival for a feast of words and music. Words: -Tom Leonard -Allan Wilson -Doug Johnstone -Andrew Raymond Drennan Music from: -RM Hubbert £7/£6
08/09/11 Cargo Special Delivery in Milngavie Lillie Art Gallery
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: £4. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 0141 956 4752. Address: Station Road Milngavie Glasgow G62 8BZ. Venue phone: 0141 956 4752. An even more special Cargo Special Delivery for the Milngavie Book & Arts Festival as Allan Wilson is back in his old stomping ground with some friends. Words: -Allan Wilson Music: -RM Hubbert
24/08/11 Cargo Special Delivery in Edinburgh Edinburgh International Book Festival
Time: 9:00pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages/Licensed. Box office: 0845 373 5888. Address: Charlotte Square. Glasgow’s Cargo Publishing are back at Unbound with a Special Delivery. New writing, music and special guests are all in the parcel. Anneliese Mackintosh delivers the funny and sparky writing that made her a favourite on Radio 4; Allan Wilson is shipping in with his brilliant new book Wasted in Love and Tracey S. Rosenberg posts up with her acclaimed historical fiction The Girl in the Bunker. Rahul Bhattacharya is the special guest, in via air mail, to chat diamond hunting, cricket and India while Aidan Moffat is dropping in to play some music. And a very special guest to be announced will be pushing the envelope. Postman and Cargo MD Mark Buckland will be hosting and trying to avoid any more mail based puns. Affix a stamp and arrive with an open mind.
13/08/11 Cargo Special Delivery in Edinburgh Forest Cafe
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 3 Bristo Place, Edinburgh. Cargo Special Delivery comes to Edinburgh for the first time to close out the Inky Fingers Mini Festival. This completely free show features No.1 bestseller Tracey S. Rosenberg, the acclaimed Andrew Raymond Drennan, future star Allan Wilson and music and words from the ever-brilliant Doug Johnstone. There’s also an open mic, so it’s a chance for you to get on stage with the best of Cargo! -Doug Johnstone -Tracey S. Rosenberg -Andrew Raymond Drennan -Allan Wilson -Open Mic session. Free.

Christopher Brookmyre, Andrew Raymond Drennan, Ryan Van Winkle, Allan Wilson, Anneliese Mackintosh, Ewan Morisson, Tawona Sitholé, Robin Cairns, Sophie Cooke  

Date City Venue
22/10/10 Christopher Brookmyre, Andrew Raymond Drennan, Ryan Van Winkle, Allan Wilson, Anneliese Mackintosh, Ewan Morisson, Tawona Sitholé, Robin Cairns, Sophie Cooke in Glasgow Arches
Time: 8:30pm. Admission: £12. Age restrictions: No Minors. Address: 253 Argyle Street Glasgow, Lanarkshire G2 8DL. An amazing party with The List and Cargo Publishing. The List turns 25 and we’re there to provide a night of great writing and acoustic music —– The List goes live! After 25 years we’ve decided to put on our own event . . . and it’s been worth the wait. We’re taking over The Arches for one Friday night only, showcasing the best of Scottish culture, including many of favourite bands, DJs and writers. Line-up below: Bands: ERRORS KING CREOSOTE DEN HAAN COME ON GANG! Acoustic: RM HUBBERT HUMAN DON’T BE ANGRY (MALCOLM MIDDLETON) GRAEME RONALD (REMEMBER REMEMBER) ALASDAIR ROBERTS DJs: JG WILKES (OPTIMO/SUB CLUB) KRIS WASABI (WASABI DISCO) JOE HOWE (BEN BUTLER & MOUSEPAD) PRETTY UGLY DJS Spoken Word (curated by Cargo Publishing): CHRISTOPHER BROOKMYRE EWAN MORRISON RYAN VAN WINKLE SOPHIE COOKE ANDREW RAYMOND DRENNAN ANNELIESE MACKINTOSH ROBIN CAIRNS JENNY LINDSAY ALLAN WILSON TAWONA SITHOLE Tickets are £12 and can be bought bought via Ticketmaster from The Arches: http://www.thearches.co.uk/index.php?id=1048 Read more details about the performing acts on The List website here: http://www.list.co.uk/article/29884-the-list-25-years-a-night-at-the-arches-glasgow-featuring-errors-king-creosote-and-come-on-gang/

Doug Johnstone, Aidan Moffat  

Date City Venue
Tour: The Year of Open Doors
07/05/11 Doug Johnstone, Aidan Moffat in Ullapool Ullapool Book Festival
Time: 9:00pm. Admission: £9. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Village Hall, Ullapool. Aidan Moffat, Doug Johnstone are in conversation with Rodge Glass about their own work and Cargo’s project “The Year of Open Doors”. Expect music and much more.

Doug Johnstone, Kevin MacNeil and Micaela Maftei  

Date City Venue
Tour: The Year of Open Doors
21/08/10 Doug Johnstone, Kevin MacNeil and Micaela Maftei in Edinburgh Edinburgh International Book Festival
Time: 2:30pm. Admission: £10. Address: Charlotte Square. A panel discussion about the new anthology The Year of Open Doors with editor Rodge Glass.

Ewan Morrison  

Date City Venue
Tour: Tales From The Mall Tour
12/07/12 Ewan Morrison in Manchester Waterstones Manchester Deansgate
Time: 5:00pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 91 Deansgate Manchester M3 2BW. Brilliant lineup, featuring Ewan Morrison chatting about Tales From The Mall with support from the legendary Manchester group Bad Language Collective.
25/06/12 Ewan Morrison in London The Union
Time: 6:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages/Licensed. Address: 50 Greek St, Soho. Venue phone: 020 7437 4002. Ewan Morrison celebrates the London launch of Tales From The Mall in the exclusive The Union members club. Entry is free and open to all.
21/06/12 Ewan Morrison in Falkirk Waterstones Falkirk
Time: 5:30pm. Admission: £1. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: The Howgate Shopping Centre High Street Falkirk, FK1 1HG. Ewan Morrison discusses Tales From The Mall with local Cargo star Alan Bissett. This event will take place in The Howgate Shopping Centre, High Street, Falkirk, FK1 1HG. Refreshments served.
08/06/12 Ewan Morrison in Manchester Manchester Independent Book Market
Time: 4:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: St Ann’s Square. Ewan Morrison performs at the North West’s largest independent book fair. 4pm performance time.
07/06/12 Ewan Morrison in Hay-On-Wye How The Light Gets In Festival
Time: 6:00pm. Admission: £6. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Newport St. Provocative novelist Ewan Morrison calls for a writing revolution, one in which Generation X stands up and takes the reins of culture from the consumerist, capitalist-shaped re-processing patterns of Generation Y.
07/06/12 Ewan Morrison in Hay-On-Wye How The Light Gets In Festival
Time: 2:30pm. Admission: £6. Address: Newport St. Critical theorist, writer and commentator Ewan Morrison, actress and comedian Helen Lederer, blogger and experimental novelist Caroline Smailes, and Harper Collins publicist and Me and My Big Mouth blogger Scott Pack consider the impact of the internet on a new generation of writers.
06/06/12 Ewan Morrison in Hay-On-Wye How The Light Gets In Festival
Time: 5:30pm. Admission: £6. Age restrictions: All Ages/Licensed. Address: Newport St. Ewan debates art in the digital age with Tom Chatfield and Giles Duley.
03/05/12 Ewan Morrison in Edinburgh Blackwell’s Bookshop
Time: 6:00pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 0131 622 8222. Address: 53-62 South Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1YS. Venue phone: 0131 622 8222. Ewan Morrison presents a special evening of readings and discussion from “Tales From The Mall.” Refreshments served.
01/05/12 Ewan Morrison in Glasgow Waterstones Sauchiehall St
Time: 6:00pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 0843 290 8345. Address: Sauchiehall St Glasgow. The launch of Ewan Morrison’s groundbreaking new book “Tales From The Mall” will be a night to remember. Hosted by BBC Scotland’s Claire English, Ewan will be discussing the book, malls and the digitisation of books. Exclusive afterparty at the CCA.

Jason Donald, Allan Wilson  

Date City Venue
Tour: The Year of Open Doors
27/07/10 Jason Donald, Allan Wilson in Kirkintilloch Kirkintilloch Library
Time: 8:30pm. A library session for The Year of Open Doors

King Creosote, Burnt Island, Adrian Crowley, Ryan Van Winkle, Doug Johnstone, Alan Bissett  

Date City Venue
Tour: The Year of Open Doors
31/08/10 King Creosote, Burnt Island, Adrian Crowley, Ryan Van Winkle, Doug Johnstone, Alan Bissett in Edinburgh Edinburgh International Book Festival
Admission: £10. Age restrictions: All Ages/Licensed. Address: Charlotte Square. The closing night performance of the EIBF hosted by Cargo and Chemikal Underground to launch The Year of Open Doors audiobook. Audiobook available from www.chemikal.co.uk

Let’s Get Lyrical-Cargo vs. Chemikal  

Date City Venue
14/04/11 Let’s Get Lyrical-Cargo vs. Chemikal in Glasgow Arches
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: £5/£8. Age restrictions: All Ages/Licensed. Box office: 0141 565 1000. Address: 253 Argyle Street Glasgow, Lanarkshire G2 8DL. The world famous Literary Death Match arrives for the first ever Glasgow show, having been in 30 cities worldwide including Shanghai, Beijing, LA, New York and Paris. The night’s quartet of readers is rich in range, featuring HMP Castle Huntly’s Writer in Residence Tim Turnbull (author of Caligula on Ice and Other Poems), dialectical-fiction mastermind Alan Bissett (Death of a Ladies Man), the multi-award-shortlisted wordsmith Helen FitzGerald (Dead Lovely), and journalist/fictionist/future-novelist Kirstin Innes (Words Per Minute producer). They’ll be reviewed by the night’s all-star judges, including all-world poet Liz Lochhead (the second-ever Scots Makar, a.k.a. national poet), performer/playwright/novelist/comedian Ian Macpherson (author of the forthcoming The Autobiography Of A Genius, Gnarled Tree Press, August 2011), and author/politican George Galloway! Hosted by Todd Zuniga. Presented by Cargo Publishing. Where: The Arches, South Bar, 253 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G2 8DL When: Doors at 8:00, Show at 8:35 (sharp); afterdrinks after. Cost: £5 preorder; £8 on the door.
27/02/11 Let’s Get Lyrical-Cargo vs. Chemikal in Edinburgh The Caves
Time: 5:30pm. Admission: £13/£9. Age restrictions: No Minors. Address: 8-12 Niddry Street South Edinburgh EH1 1NS. Venue phone: 0131 557 8989. Two of Scotland’s hottest cultural nests – Cargo publishing and music label Chemikal Underground – come head to head armed with prose, poetry and song. Author Alan Bissett, Rodge Glass and Doug Johnstone, poet Ryan Van Winkle and emerging talent Kirstin Innes get up on stage to face former-The Delgados and revered singer songwriter Emma Pollock, and the multi-talented Lord Cutglass and his band. Stand-up comedian AL Kennedy referees the evening. Expect great music, and great writing at a great venue. Sponsored by City of Edinburgh Libraries. Ticketing Ticket at Venue Prices/Concessions £13 / £9

Literary Death Match Glasgow  

Date City Venue
Tour: Literary Death Match
07/09/11 Literary Death Match Glasgow in Glasgow Mono
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: £5/£7. Age restrictions: All Ages/Licensed. Box office: http://www.literarydeathmatch.com/upcoming-events/category/glasgow. Address: King’s Court, Glasgow. Venue phone: 0141 553 2400. Literary Death Match is once again teaming with the masterminds at Cargo Publishing to put together a knockout return, this time at Mono for a can’t-miss trifecta: literature, comedy & vegan food! The foursome of brilliant scribes includes short story scribe Allan Wilson (who’s Wasted in Love will release Oct. 11), the e’er magnetic fictionist Katy McAulay, writer/performer Anneliese Mackintosh, and the must-see Kirsty Neary (author of Abstract/Concrete)! They’ll be judged by author Lesley McDowell (author of Between the Sheets and The Picnic), and two more that’ll shock your brain with excitement! Hosted by Todd Zuniga. Produced by Cargo Publishing’s Mark Buckland.

National Short Story Day-Annie Clarkson, Ewan Morrison, Allan Wilson, Alan Bissett  

Date City Venue
Tour: Tales From The Mall Tour
20/06/12 National Short Story Day-Annie Clarkson, Ewan Morrison, Allan Wilson, Alan Bissett in Glasgow Mono
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: King’s Court, Glasgow. Venue phone: 0141 553 2400. With events in Manchester, London and Glasgow, this is going to be a brilliant night of the short form with some top UK writers. Annie Clarkson is a poet and short fiction writer living in Manchester. Her collection of prose poems Winter Hands was published by Shadow Train in 2008. Her short fiction has been published by numerous literary magazines, and in the anthologies Brace: A New Generation in Short Fiction (Comma 2008), Litmus: Short Stories from Modern Science (Comma, 2011), Lemistry: A Celebration of the Work of Stanislav Lem (Comma 2011). Ewan Morrison is the author of three novels (Swung, Distance and Menage) and the author of the short story collection The Last Book You Read. His most recent book, Tales From The Mall, was described as “a step toward a literature of the 21st century” by The Guardian and “a great book” by James Frey. Alan Bissett is the Glenfiddich Spirit of Scotland Writer of the Year 2011. He is the author of BoyRacers, Death of A Ladies’ Man, The Incredible Adam Spark and most recently, Packmen, which has been nominated for a Scottish Mortgages Scottish Book Of The Year award. Allan Wilson is the author of the short story collection, Wasted in Love, which has been nominated for a Scottish Mortgages Scottish Book Of The Year award. FREE ENTRY. 7pm start, music act TBA.

Robert Newman  

Date City Venue
Tour: The Trade Secret Tour
05/06/13 Robert Newman in Liverpool Waterstones Liverpool
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: £5. Age restrictions: All Ages/Licensed. Join Robert Newman for an evening of readings and Q&A from his brilliant new novel “The Trade Secret.”
04/06/13 Robert Newman in Manchester Blackwell’s Manchester
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: £3. Venue phone: 0161 407 0301. Join Robert Newman for an evening of readings and Q&A about his brilliant new novel “The Trade Secret.”

Sophie Cooke, Doug Johnstone + Music!  

Date City Venue
Tour: The Year of Open Doors
20/10/10 Sophie Cooke, Doug Johnstone + Music! in Edinburgh Forest Cafe
Time: 7:30pm. Address: 3 Bristo Place, Edinburgh. The famous Golden Hour night plays host to a Year of Open Doors special!

Sophie Cooke, Kevin MacNeil, Kirstin Innes  

Date City Venue
Tour: The Year of Open Doors
25/09/10 Sophie Cooke, Kevin MacNeil, Kirstin Innes in Wigtown Wigtown Book Festival
Admission: £4. Join us for a Wigtown Book Festival celebration of The Year of Open Doors with Kevin MacNeil, Sophie Cooke and Kirstin Innes. Chaired by Jenny Brown.

Special Platform gig for Schools – Free!  

Date City Venue
Tour: The Year of Open Doors
25/09/10 Special Platform gig for Schools – Free! in Glasgow Platform
Admission: Free!. Box office: +441412769696. Address: The Bridge, 1000 Westerhouse Road. Venue phone: +441412769670. The Year of Open Doors comes to Glasgow for one of the most exciting shows of the tour. And it’s completely FREE. This show is specially designed for teenagers, schools, colleges and for everyone who loves good, new writing. There’s going to be writing games, prizes, competitions, hotseating and readings! Platform has cemented its reputation as one of the most exciting venues in the country and Cargo are bringing the acclaimed book The Year of Open Doors for a special performance. Alan Bissett is from Falkirk. He is the author of the novels Boyracers, The Incredible Adam Spark and, most re- cently, Death of a Ladies’ Man. His plays include Turbo Folk, The Ching Room, and his own ‘one-woman show’, The Moira Monologues, which is touring Scotland throughout 2010. Tawona Sitholé is a 36 year-old writer and musician, from Zimbabwe. He has been living in Glasgow for over ten years. He is the co-founder of Seeds of Thought creative group, which aims to promote the sharing of cultures through the arts. His work involves writing, performing, organising events, educating and facilitating. Allan Wilson is a writer from Glasgow. He writes short stories, novels and plays. He was selected to appear in ‘The Year of Open Doors’ having been selected from the open sub- missions process. The show promises to be interactive and pretty different from your average literature gig… Buses are provided from Mono, King’s Court, Glasgow to the venue and back for your convenience. Don’t miss out, reserve tickets today! Call 0141 276 9696 or visit www.platform-online.co.uk for more details.

The Year of Open Doors Launch  

Date City Venue
Tour: The Year of Open Doors
27/07/11 The Year of Open Doors Launch in Glasgow Arches
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: £4. Age restrictions: All Ages/Licensed. Box office: 0141 565 1000. Address: 253 Argyle Street Glasgow, Lanarkshire G2 8DL. Fantastic paperback launch of the launch The Year of Open Doors. This exclusive show features music from Aidan Moffat, Doug Johnstone, RM Hubbert and words from Alan Bissett, Anneliese Mackintosh and special guest, the actor Colin McCreadie. The paperback, with the new foreword by Irvine Welsh and exclusive artwork by Aidan Moffat, will be on sale at £9.99.
27/07/10 The Year of Open Doors Launch in Glasgow Waterstones Sauchiehall St
Time: 8:30pm. Admission: Free!. Address: Sauchiehall St Glasgow. The launch of The Year of Open Doors with Jason Donald, Kirstin Innes and Aidan Moffat.

Tracey S. Rosenberg  

Date City Venue
Tour: The Girl In The Bunker Tour
28/08/11 Tracey S. Rosenberg in Edinburgh Edinburgh International Book Festival
Time: 10:00am. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 0131 718 5666. Address: Charlotte Square. Tracey S. Rosenberg lights up the world’s biggest book festival with a 10 at 10 show, highlighting the brightest and best newcomers at the EIBF. This free event is not to be missed.
11/07/11 Tracey S. Rosenberg in Glasgow Waterstones Sauchiehall St
Time: 5:30pm. Admission: FREE but Ticketed. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 0141 332 9105. Address: Sauchiehall St Glasgow. Tracey S. Rosenberg’s “The Girl In The Bunker” is already one of the most talked about books this summer. She arrives in Glasgow for this great event, with a reading, a conversation with the book’s editor Gillian Tasker and a short Q&A session. FREE TICKETS MUST BE PRE-BOOKED. NO TICKET=NO ADMISSION. Call 0141 332 9105 for tickets or ask in person at Waterstone’s Sauchiehall Street. Event begins: 5:30pm Refreshments served
07/07/11 Tracey S. Rosenberg in Edinburgh Blackwell’s Bookshop
Time: 6:30pm. Admission: Free but Ticketed. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 0131 622 8222. Address: 53-62 South Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1YS. Venue phone: 0131 622 8222. Come join us for the launch of Tracey S. Rosenberg’s stunning debut novel, the WWII epic “The Girl In The Bunker.” Tracey will be joined in conversation by the acclaimed author Sara Sheridan (The Secret Mandarin, Secret of The Sands) to discuss the painstaking research undertaken in the book and how Tracey told the story of young Helga Goebbels inside the Fuhrer Bunker.

Unbound @ EIBF-Kirstin Innes, Helen Lynch, Sophie Cooke, Rodge Glass, Doug Johnstone, Allan Wilson  

Date City Venue
Tour: The Year of Open Doors
22/08/10 Unbound @ EIBF-Kirstin Innes, Helen Lynch, Sophie Cooke, Rodge Glass, Doug Johnstone, Allan Wilson in Edinburgh Edinburgh International Book Festival
Time: 8:30pm. Admission: Free!. Age restrictions: All Ages/Licensed. Address: Charlotte Square. Unbound showcase of The Year of Open Doors

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