Chris McQueer caught folks' imagination on Medium with his stories, had rooms howling with laughter on the spoken word circuit, and now it's time to put him on the page. Are you ready to come launch Hings into the world with us?
From the streets of working class Scotland, and on occasion, a little beyond our solar system, comes one of the country's most hilarious debut writers. He caught folks' imagination on Medium with his stories, had rooms howling with laughter on the spoken word circuit, and now it's time to launch Hings into the world with an epic Interrobang?! party.
404 Ink are delighted to be joining acclaimed Turkish writer Elif Shafak, and First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon for an event at the Edinburgh International Book Festival for 'Life Under Public Scrutiny'. Come along on August 18th.
We're delighted to bring Nasty Women to Edinburgh International Book Festival. Join our panel of three Nasty Women to chat about the book itself, their own stories, and the continued importance of real stories in today's ever more sensationalist environment.
Flint & Pitch and 404 Ink present the final Revue of the F&P season, and launch Issue 2 of 404's literary magazine all in one go. Come along for spoken word and musical shenanigans.
For Books' Sake and 404 Ink present a special edition of That's What She Said in Manchester alongside the amazing Grrrl Con!
Join Chris McQueer and Des McAnulty as they read a bunch of stories for a whole day, and have a rather nice time. Show up and you'll get exclusive sneak peeks at Chris' upcoming deebut
404 Ink is in the publication spotlight at the next Neu Reekie in Edinburgh!
Join us for an afternoon of short talks from literary insiders and published University of Dundee graduates as they share their stories and offer advice on your next steps.
404 Ink joins forces with For Books' Sake for a special edition of their spoken word extravaganza That's What She Said to launch Nasty Women.
404 Ink heads to the University of Stirling to discuss launching a new independent publisher, and the the success of their debut non-fiction collection Nasty Women.
Due to phenomenal demand, we've added a second Scottish launch! Come along as we celebrate the launch of our new non-fiction collection Nasty Women.
404 Ink will be at the second wonderful Dunfermline Comic Con, run by Little Shop of Heroes, selling their latest books and magazines.
The new indie publishers 404 Ink launched with a bang in late 2016 and we are proud to present a night of eclectic readings and entertainment from a selection of authors in their latest literary magazine.
Join us for the first launch of Nasty Women at Waterstones Argyle Street, Glasgow, Monday 6th March.
Ever fancied making your own publication but don't know where to start? In just a couple of hours you'll see how easy it can be to create your own zines, and go home inspired to create more things!