Bad Language in May: Iain Maloney

We’re delighted to welcome Iain Maloney back to the Bad Language stage for the first time on his own.
Iain Maloney is the author of three novels – The Waves Burn Bright, Silma Hill and First Time Solo – and editor of In The Empty Places, a collection of short stories and art. In 2013 he was shortlisted for the Dundee International Book Prize and in 2014 he was shortlisted for the Guardian Not The Booker prize.

He is also a freelance editor and journalist, sits on the editorial board of Eastlit Magazine and is Reviews Editor of Shoreline of Infinity.

He was born and raised in Aberdeen, Scotland and he currently lives in Japan. He studied English at the University of Aberdeen and graduated from the University of Glasgow’s Creative Writing Masters in 2004.

Our open mic for this month features:

Trevor Moss
Joe Clarke
Helen Clare
George Irwell
Luca Larpi
Jamie Ryder
Jahmel COleman
Tara Misu
Zoe Bangs
Clare Archibald

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