Book review: Alan Gillespie – The Mash House

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

Interview: Kirsti Wishart – The Knitting Station

Kirsti Wishart is a critically-acclaimed writer whose work has been widely published in a ...

Book Review: Aidan Martin – Euphoric Recall

When I first started Aidan Martin’s Euphoric Recall I presumed it was a novel, ...

Book review: Helen McClory – Bitterhall

2021 is already shaping up as a memorable one for Scottish writing, with some ...

Interview: Cat Hepburn – Dating & Other Hobbies

Cat Hepburn is a poet and scriptwriter whose latest collection of poetry and prose, ...

Interview: The Scribbler’s Union – Poetry, Mentoring, and Community in Lockdown

The last year has proved taxing for everyone as the boundaries between our leisure ...

Book Review: The Middle of A Sentence

Every so often a short story or prose collection comes along which helps to ...

Book Review: Jasmine Mans – Black Girl, Call Home

Jasmine Mans is a Black American poet who hails from Newark, New Jersey. Her ...

Interview: Etienne Kubwabo Talks About the creation of Scotland’s 1st Black Superhero

Etienne Kubwabo is a filmmaker, DJ, and comic book creator who has introduced Scotland ...

Review: Paisley Book Festival – Imogen Stirling’s Big Night In

Award winning poet and Paisley Book Festival’s first Writer-in-Residence, Imogen Stirling, brought us a ...

Book Review: Jamie’s Keepsake – Michael Gallagher

A lot of Scottish literature represents bad behaviour as something deeply ingrained in the ...