Falling shadows:

Artist Philip Braham discusses his photographic series which recalls an old master and looks at where photography as a medium is heading

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Royal Babylon:

Heathcote Williams has a fearsome back catalogue spanning five decades as an activist, writer and poet. His latest works are typically acute, essential polemics, writes Neil Cooper

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Coastal Aerial View by Alison McGill, Oil and wax on board
The pipeline:

A short story by Frank Rennie, inspired by Alison McGill’s painting ‘Coastal Aerial View’.

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Sheila take a bow:

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

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Louder than bombs:

A new campaign to persuade the Scottish parliament to stop investing in arms is launched today, writes Kat Hobbs

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The real hip hop is over here:

Scottish hip  hop eclipses even its US major label counterparts, writes Peter Burnett

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New Fiction
Photo by Stewart Bremner
The end of the habitable world:

A short story by Tracey Emerson

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A poem by Fiona Ritchie Walker

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