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

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Kirsty Whiten:

Kirsty Whiten has been making distinctive warped paintings and drawings for ten years, earning her a year’s residency in Paris, and exhibitions from Den Haag to Melbourne. Her monkey relics and other twisted drawings have appeared in magazines and on blogs around the world.

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The rise of tartan noir was a key part of Glasgow’s cultural revival. But our contemporary crime writing betrays a fatal smugness, says Kenneth Wright

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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.

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Laura Eaton Lewis on how to overcome subtle, recurrent gender bias

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Samantha Jones’ second single is a peerless piece of gutsy ’60s melodrama, writes Neil Cooper

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A new short story by Nino Ennu

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A poem by Maxine Rose Munro

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