The Book of Lost Books, by Stuart Kelly - West Port Book Festival

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    Author and literary editor Stuart Kelly is a closet fan of collective nouns, those brilliant and brain-bending terms that allow us to junk a dullard ‘group’ or ‘flock’ for many more interesting and apt alternatives. Author of upcoming Scott-land (Birlinn) and veteran of West Port 09 with his wonderful “Book of Lost Books” (see last year’s podcast), Stuart’s event appeals to those who appreciate the linguistic greatness of a murder of crows, or the disparity between Sir Walter Scott’s influence and his status.

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    Crisps are greasy. They are oily. Crisps live in an ambient world inside their silvered packets, but always their world meets ours. Why do we need crisps? Is there a logic to crisps? Peter Burnett expounds on the crisps chapter of his moreish "The Supper Book" and offers his research into this amazing foodstuff.

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    Miles Jupp presents some choice cuts from the week’s shows, including the Pajama Men, Zoe Lyons, Daniel Sloss, the Magnets, Phil Nichol, Idiots of Ants and 4 Poofs and a Piano

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/stage/audio/2009/aug/15/edinburgh-festival-best-of-week-one

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    Legendary Scottish comics writer Grant Morrison recently completed his iconic run on Batman and is currently working on the new mythology-tinged Wonder Woman: Earth One. In this event recorded live at the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2013, Morrison discusses his remarkable career, Bat-Cow and an epiphinal experience in Kathmandu.

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    It’s not too often that an author will so happily embrace the film or TV show adapted from his or her own fiction, but George R R Martin se

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  8. The Sandman with Neil Gaiman at the Edinburgh International Book Festival

    Over its 76 issues The Sandman has become one of the most influential comics of the modern era. It is a dark, literary fantasy series that tantalises readers with hints of a nightmare just beyond our vision. In this event, filmed live at the 2013 Edinburgh International Book Festival, Neil Gaiman is interviewed by graphic novelist and illustrator Hannah Berry and together they explore how to play with words, images, motifs and themes to create a sense of the unknown and unexplained.

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    Chair: Professor Michael Cox

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    http://www.lse.ac.uk/resources/podcasts/publicLecturesAndEvents.htm#generated-subheading9

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