Author Uuganna Ramsay visits Troon Library to talk about her powerful memoir Mongol

Wednesday 23 April, 2014 at 7pm

mongolbookjacketUuganaa skilfully interweaves the extraordinary story of her own childhood in Mongolia with the sadly short life of Billy, who becomes a symbol of union and disunion, cultures and complexity, stigma and superstition – and inspires Uuganaa to challenge prejudice and campaign to change attitudes.

Mongol is the touching story of one woman’s transformation from outsider to fearless champion of love, respect and tolerance. It’s a moving tribute by a remarkable woman to her beloved baby son, testifying to his lasting impact on a sometimes imperfect world.

Mongol won the Janetta Bowie Chalice Non-Fiction Book Award from the Scottish Association of Writers. Mongol is Uuganna’s first book.

She was named as Woman of The Year for Mongolians in Europe in 2012 by the Association for the Development of Mongolian Women in Europe.

2014_WBN_Logo_mediumWorld Book Night 2014

This event is part of World Book Night celebrations and is a free ticketed event.

Tickets are available from Troon Library, 5 South Beach, Troon KA10 6EF Tel: 01292 315352  Email:

Visit Uuganna’s blog



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