My short story ‘The White Room’ has been published in the new issue of Causeway/Cabhsair magazine. The website hasn’t been updated yet, but here’s a nice picture of the issue anyway.
My review of William Gibson’s new novel, ‘The Peripheral’, has been published in The Herald: http://www.heraldscotland.com/mobile/books-poetry/reviews/book-review-the-peripheral-by-william-gibson-penguin-putnam-1899-x.25842889?
My review of Irene Nemirovsky’s ‘The Fires of Autumn’ has been published in The Herald.
I’m on a bit of a roll at the moment; I’ve had another short story accepted, this time by the excellent Causeway magazine. This is print only, so I don’t have a link to the actual work, but why not take a look at the mag’s website anyway.
I’ve had a short story accepted in ‘Don’t Do It’ magazine. Here’s the link.
I forgot to put this up, but my review of the poet Brian Turner’s memoir, ‘My Life as a Foreign Country’, has been published in The Herald. Here it is on their website.
All the stories have been written, and all the heads are in place. Nicola Atkinson/nadfly has now finished drawing up a map of the route through Glasgow, for a walk accompanied by readings of the stories on the 20th of July. I can’t make it alas, but thought I would put up the map here if anyone is interested in following it under their own steam.
I’ve felt really privileged to be part of this project, and here’s hoping it spreads to other cities soon!