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Our dramatic , five-storey bookshop holds Glasgow's greatest range of books, and is the premier venue for book events and signings in the city. Our breath-taking atrium retains the grandeur of our building's cinematic past, and our booksellers and customers have created a proud chapter in the Glasgow bookshop story.
We offer a Click & Collect service, and a range of beautiful Gifts and Stationery. Our book rooms are destination sections, with an enchanting Children's department, Scotland's finest line up of Crime and Literary Fiction, and an academic level with our account sales department.
We are your bookshop, so write your name in our pages, add to the story, and lose yourself in a world of words at Waterstones.
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Join prize-winning Scottish poet and author Michael Pedersen at Waterstones Sauchiehall Street as he discusses his intimate and dazzlingly original memoir of love, grief and male friendship.