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Monday, September 15, 2008

Irvine Welsh Visits SF to Read New Novel

Posted By on Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 2:19 PM


Irvine Welsh has brought us tales of drug abuse and soccer hooligans from Scotland for years now, with releases like The Acid House, Glue, and Porno. And of course, you can't mention Welsh without bringing up Trainspotting. His latest work, Crime, features all that trademark ribaldry set on the streets of Miami, meaning considerably less soccer hooligans and lots more cocaine. You can catch Welsh read from the new novel at Edinburgh Castle Pub on Sept. 20. Peep Laughing Squid for all the info. --Oscar Pascual

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