Events at Good Press
upcoming & information
From our home at 32 St Andrews Street, we host events like book launches, performances, screenings and reading groups with publishing at their heart. As with stocking books this is on an open submission basis. We provide the space for your event or group free of charge, all you need to do is promote it (or not if the occasion needs to be closed to a wider public.) We have lots of stools and a handful of backed chairs, we also have a toilet on site.
BOOK LAUNCH: nonbinaryhood by Aki Hassan
11/12/21 — 3:00pm — Good Press
Join us to celebrate the launch of Aki Hassan's new comic, published in-house by Sunday's Print Service.
Nonbinaryhood reflects on the artist’s experience of being nonbinary, and how to navigate the cisnormative structures they have grown up with. Across forty eight pages in deep blue, the project asks the reader to think about the systems we move around, and the allowances we make for ways-of-being imposed upon us.
SPAM Press presents: readings from Sam Weselowski, Mau Baiocco, Dom Hale & Hayley McGaw
10/12/21 — 6:30pm — Good Press
It is time for poetry to enter the post-internet age, and SPAM Press wishes to take upon its shoulder the weight of this herculean enterprise. Operating as a pamphlet press, zine, online magazine, literary journal, DIY organiser and podcast, SPAM watches highbrow theory and pop culture make love in and against the oscillating stratospheres of late capitalism, while exploring literary weirdness, trash aesthetics and experimental critiques of our thoroughly mediated condition
Lunchtime is a non-profit project space based on St Andrews Street in the city centre of Glasgow. Lunchtime opened in July 2019 and shares a home with Good Press and Sunday’s Print Service. Working mainly with Glasgow-based artists and recent graduates, exhibitions and events are programmed both by Lunchtime and through open call. Lunchtime provides space and time to projects and artists, aiming to provide curatorial support, and break down prevalent boundaries to showing artwork.