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SONGS OF
OTHER PLACES

New Writing Scotland 32

Edited by Gerry Cambridge & Zoë Strachan

Published in: Paperback, 192 pages.
By: Association for Scottish Literary Studies, Glasgow, July 2014.
Price: £9.95
ISBN 9781906841195

Cover image: ‘The Secret Lake’,
© Brigid Collins

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New Writing Scotland is the principal forum for poetry and short fiction in Scotland today. Every year it publishes the very best from both emerging and established writers, and lists many of the leading literary lights of Scotland among its past (and present) contributors. Available this summer, Songs of Other Places: New Writing Scotland 32 is the latest collection of excellent contemporary literature, drawn from a wide cross-section of Scottish culture and society, and includes new work from more than forty authors – some award-winning and internationally renowned, and some just beginning their careers.

 

Contents

  • Gregor Addison . . . . . Chicago, 1930s / Co-ordinates
  • Claire Askew . . . . . The Heart
  • Paul Brownsey . . . . . The Place of Religion in Modern Thought
  • Ron Butlin . . . . . The Philosopher’s Apprentice
  • Martin Connor . . . . . Primary
  • George Craig . . . . . Spinning
  • Seth Crook . . . . . Magritte Macphail
  • Anna Crowe . . . . . Cutting My Father’s Hair
  • Ever Dundas . . . . . Wire
  • David Eyre . . . . . Nollaig Bheag
  • Olivia Ferguson . . . . . Laird Goes East
  • Alison Flett . . . . . Easter
  • Graham Fulton . . . . . Home Fixture
  • Charlie Gracie . . . . . Geraldine
  • George Gunn . . . . . At Skirza
  • Mark Harding . . . . . Remote
  • Gail Honeyman . . . . . Dolores Reads a Calfskin Journal
  • Alison Irvine . . . . . The Note
  • Brian Johnstone . . . . . Detail
  • David Kinloch . . . . . Lichtung
  • Helen Lamb . . . . . The Grandmas
  • Marcas Mac an Tuairneir . . . . . Guirmean / Geniza
  • Richie McCaffery . . . . . Vintage Clothes-Shop
  • James McGonigal . . . . . With Vacant Possession
  • Crìsdean MacIlleBhàin . . . . . gnuis nach dealbhaichear air bearradh a’ chuilithinn
  • Martin MacInnes . . . . . America
  • Mary McIntosh . . . . . Mither’s Room
  • Hugh McMillan . . . . . Hugelshofer, Jackson, Gilruth,
    Chinnock and Bain
  • Kevin MacNeil . . . . . Aliens that Weren’t and a Spaceship
    that Was
  • Robin Fulton Macpherson . . . . . Closing In / Like Light
  • Gillian Mayes . . . . . Tell Me the Price of a Dollar
  • Philip Murnin . . . . . Love on the Green
  • Chris Powici . . . . . Night Fishing
  • Maggie Rabatski . . . . . Brot / The Hay’s In
  • Cynthia Rogerson . . . . . Luciana
  • Andrew Sclater . . . . . The Scotswoman who Married into the Home Counties
  • Helen Sedgwick . . . . . Precognitive Abilities
  • Emma Sedlak . . . . . Let the Day Pass
  • Raymond Soltysek . . . . . Songs of Other Places
  • Em Strang . . . . . Coming of Age
  • Laura Tansley . . . . . In Some Places, at Thirteen, You Can
    Own a Gun
  • Sheila Templeton . . . . . Dumfoonert / Glesga Fair
  • Alan Trotter . . . . . The Astonishing Holcomb
  • Hamish Whyte . . . . . Lion

Last updated 22 July 2014.