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Dance this mess around:

Neil Cooper on the unbearable lightness of being the B-52s – forty odd years hangin’ with the Deadbeat club.

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At stake:

By Ross Crawford

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Let all the flowers bloom:

Kirsti Wishart on why the platform Product provides for new writers matters, and how you can help

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Some things I ought to throw away:

A poem by Eileen Farrelly

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Eleven eyes:

A short story by JD Allan

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Onion Rings:

By Ben Mitchell

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The One That Got Away:

A short story by Anne Leigh Parrish

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In the ‘Edgelands’ project, photographer and illustrator James Sinfield explores the hinterland between urban areas and the ‘proper’ countryside.

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Start making sense:

Common Weal’s Book of Ideas offers a wealth of inspiration for Holyrood policy making, writes Paddy Bort

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The pipeline:

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

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Morning in America:

Linklater’s Dazed and Confused sequel is short on plot but big on laughs, writes Robert Gallacher

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Hitting the target and missing the point:

Under 7s learn best and enjoy better life chances when they’re free to play, writes Sue Palmer

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Lux Lives!:

Nine years since he left the party, an exuberant annual celebration of the Cramps’ colourful frontman is still in full swing, writes Paul Robinson

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Night on the moor:

A short story by D.B. MacInnes

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The calling:

A poem by Anna Viceconti

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