Little Big Stuff:

Chris Dooks has created a hypnotic fusion of sonic art and photography

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If you see me, weep:

Can hunger stones,a chilling ecological warning from our ancestors, help inform new thinking on how to save the future? By Alex Elliott

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A poem by Jesica Malen

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The Sugar Hotel:

A new short story by Amy Jardine

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World book trip:

Which novel would you recommend to someone who had never read a word written in your country? The first stop on our tour is Scotland, where Alan Warner highlights James Kelman’s astonishing Kieron Smith, boy

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We rule the school:

A neuro-supremacist’s handbook, by Ben Mitchell

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When Battling Rival Poets:

A short story by Peter Burnett

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Every mouth needs filling:

Lilly Markaki on why Hilton Als’s White Girls still matters

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Did the former Stoke MP lift sections of a long ago OU book for his 2004 historical tome? One of the original authors Chris Harvie finds it oddly familiar

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Lost picture show:

An ambitious project to refashion abandoned film from the 1950s is totally beguiling, writes Alistair Braidwood

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This charming man:

An appreciation of William McIlvanney, by Alistair Braidwood

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The raw power of this abstract-expressionist art troupe is captured live, writes Neil Cooper

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A poem by Fiona Ritchie Walker

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