Keira Brown

Book Review: Sequoia Nagamatsu – How High We Go in the Dark

How High We Go in the Dark is a profoundly prophetic debut novel that ...

Book review: Kasim Ali – Good Intentions

Kasim Ali’s debut, Good Intentions, is an exploratory and emotional novel about a young ...

What’s Happening at Paisley Book Fest 2022?

Paisley Book Festival is a relatively young event that is rooted in radical concepts. ...

Interview: Kathryn Joseph talks about Tinderbox collaboration on The Blood, The Weight, The Weary

Ever-so-creepy yet eminently personable singer-songwriter, Kathryn Joseph, has teamed up with 30 musicians from ...

Book review: Sarah Moss – The Fell

Sarah Moss is the award-winning author of several novels including Cold Earth, Night Waking, ...

Review: The Great Eastern Festival

Filling Edinburgh’s southside with revellers, 432’s The Great Eastern occupied Queen’s Hall, King’s Hall, ...

brickwork book release

Interview|Brickwork: A Biography of the Arches – David Bratchpiece & Kirstin Innes

When The Arches closed in 2015 the place was notably close to many artists’ ...

Callum Easter

Music: Callum Easter chats to us about new album, System

Callum Easter is an artist both unpredictable and impulsive, a multi-instrumentalist who thrives on ...

Interview: Jenny Niven & Salena Godden on new Edinburgh Poetry Festival, Push the Boat Out

Push the Boat Out is a new, multidisciplinary festival that focuses on poetry, hip ...

Book review: Alan Gillespie – The Mash House

Alan Gillespie is a writer and teacher from Fife who has studied at the ...

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