In the last 15 years over a third of Scots have stopped reading printed daily newspapers. Many journalists have lost their jobs and at a time when we have never needed criticism more, critics are losing their voice. But not all is doom and gloom – new platforms are emerging and the print that remains is strong. Chaired by Alan Taylor, Editor of the Scottish Review of Books, authors and critics Rosemary Goring (Dacre’s War), Kapka Kassabova (Street Without a Name) and Malachy Tallack (60 Degrees North) will reflect upon a future for critics in our digital age: what is the changing role of criticism in the age of the internet?
In partnership with Scottish Review of Books / Creative Scotland
When: Sunday 23rd October, 1pm (1 hour)
Where: Bonar Hall
£3 / £2
Part of Dundee Literary Festival 2016: www.literarydundee.co.uk