Watch now – Leonie Charlton discusses Marram with Peter E Ross – @charltonleonie

Sunday 4th October – 1pm
Click the Youtube link below to watch the event

Leonie Charlton lives on the west coast of Scotland in Glen Lonan, Argyll. She writes creative non-fiction, poetry and fiction. Her work has appeared widely in publications such as Causeway, Northwords Now and The Blue Nib. Her prizewinning poetry pamphlet ‘Ten Minutes of Weather Away’ will be published by Cinnamon Press early 2021. Her first full-length book was published by Sandstone Press in March 2020. Marram is the story of her journey through the Outer Hebrides with Highland ponies; the travelogue is intercut with intimate memoir as she leaves behind beads in memory of her mother. Marram has been described as ‘a love letter to the natural world and a clear appraisal of complicated relationships – gentle, raw and honest.’ Much of her writing is based on a sense of place and our relationship with other species and the natural world. http://www.leoniecharlton.co.uk.

Books by all our participating authors are available to order from our local bookshop. Click the link to visit the page.
The Portobello Bookshop

2 thoughts on “Watch now – Leonie Charlton discusses Marram with Peter E Ross – @charltonleonie

  1. A special treat to get to know you better through the interview, with precious Ross so engaged, then bored, then peacefully listening to your extracts! Lovely knowing that Chief was in the loose box next door, and that you had just come back from an adventure on Mull. Congratulations on Marram, and thank you for taking us to those beautiful, wild, nature rich islands.
    Pippa

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