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SHE SAID HE SAID I SAID

New Writing Scotland 35

Edited by Diana Hendry & Susie Maguire

Published in: Paperback, 200 pages.
By: Association for Scottish Literary Studies, Glasgow, August 2017.
Price: £9.95
ISBN 9781906841300

Cover image by Red Axe Design

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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. She Said He Said I Said: New Writing Scotland 35 is the latest collection of excellent contemporary literature, drawn from a wide cross-section of Scottish culture and society, and includes new work from forty-eight authors – some award-winning and internationally renowned, and some just beginning their careers.

 

Contents

  • Viccy Adams . . . . . Performance
  • Jane Aldous . . . . . Washerwomen on Calton Hill
  • Jennifer M. Baker . . . . . Rain
  • Henry Bell . . . . . Edinburgh to Glasgow in Early December
  • Lynsey Calderwood . . . . . Bad Elements
  • Jim Carruth . . . . . Macintyre’s Big Horse
  • Linda Cracknell . . . . . The Other Side of Stone
  • Anna Crowe . . . . . Poem
  • Sylvia Dow . . . . . She Said: He Said: I Said
  • Louise Farquhar . . . . . Mum and I
  • Graham Fulton . . . . . Whatever You Do Don’t Smile
  • Gordon Gibson . . . . . Sirloin
  • Mandy Haggith . . . . . Alphabet
  • Brian Hamill . . . . . A Good Listener
  • Lydia Harris . . . . . Goat: An Assay
  • Sarah Isaac . . . . . Stalking Deer
  • Andy Jackson . . . . . I Feel Love (Disco Biscuits 1)
  • Nadine Aisha Jassat . . . . . Auntie
  • Brian Johnstone . . . . . The Arthur’s Seat Coffins
  • Lis Lee . . . . . Road Ending
  • Wes Lee . . . . . Body, Did You Know?
  • Joan Lennon . . . . . Icarus’ Mother
  • Robin Lloyd-Jones . . . . . Checking Out the Czechs with Jackson
  • Rose McDonagh . . . . . Owlets
  • Ian McDonough . . . . . Banshee
  • Alan Macfarlane . . . . . Shiogama Docks / Hitting the Town
  • Rachael McGill . . . . . Horrible Sunshine
  • James McGonigal . . . . . Hearing Aid (Noisy Bastards)
  • Roddie McKenzie . . . . . The Snows of Ben Nevis
  • Hugh McMillan . . . . . Accounting for Elspeth McQueen
  • David McVey . . . . . My Memories of Seal Clubbing
  • Laura Morgan . . . . . On an Earth Uniformly Covered by Sea
  • Mairi Murphy . . . . . Your Version
  • Andrew Neilson . . . . . Stevenson’s Edinburgh
  • Niall O’Gallagher . . . . . ‘Cha Tèid an Gaol a Roinn …’
  • Catherine Ogston . . . . . The Stranger
  • Heather Parry . . . . . Wet Like Jelly
  • Rachel Plummer . . . . . The Woman Who Married Hadrian’s Wall
  • Sharon Gunason Pottinger . . . . . On a Carolina Breeze
  • Julie Robertson . . . . . A Note of Interest
  • Cynthia Rogerson . . . . . She Wasn’t Pretty
  • Helen Sedgwick . . . . . The Archaeologist of Akrotiri
  • Harry Smart . . . . . Anemone nemorosa
  • Graeme Stones . . . . . Sperm Whale Ashore
  • Judith Taylor . . . . . Fanfare / Resurrection
  • Jacqueline Thompson . . . . . Sycorax
  • Colin Will . . . . . Ink
  • John Young . . . . . Ma Wee Buik o Genesis

 

 

New Writing Scotland 35 is supported by Creative Scotland

 

Last updated 7 August 2017.