Latest Posts:

Sing choirs of angels:

Communal singing is uplifting and radical, veteran post punk Boff Whalley tells Neil Cooper

[Read More]

By Ronnie McCluskey

[Read More]
Blind vision:

Is HyperNormalisation journalism or entertainment? Sibylla Kalid sifts through the arguments

[Read More]
are you doing all you can
Support Us:

Help us publish more work, more often, by making a small donation.

[Read More]

You may also like:

Wild Devotion:

Jade Starmore, a photographer and textile designer from the Hebrides, creates wearable art inspired by the Scottish landscape

[Read More]
Cabinet of wonders:

 A spellbinding collection of short stories is Naomi Richards’ Book of the Year

[Read More]
Green E142:

This short story by April L Ford was inspired by Hazel Gore’s painting ‘Living Alone in Paradise’. It comes with a trigger warning for rape and sexual assault.

[Read More]
Sheila take a bow:

Aidan Moffat’s foray into traditional music began mischievously but ended up being very moving, writes Alistair Braidwood

[Read More]
Photo by David Gallagher
Valentine’s day is over:

Is love past its sell-by date? Hannah McGill (part one) thinks she’s better off without it, while Paul McLean (part two) skips through a buttercup meadow hand in hand wi’ his gie bonnie lass.

[Read More]
Here come the men in pants:

Neil Cooper on the return of the lustrous Special Love

[Read More]
New Fiction
When Battling Rival Poets:

A short story by Peter Burnett

[Read More]

A poem by Maxine Rose Munro

[Read More]