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“Spike contributor Peter Robertson has been busy putting together ‘Viva Caledonia’”

 

Peter Robertson

Spike Magazine writes:

Spike contributor Peter Robertson has been busy putting together ‘Viva Caledonia’.

The web showcase brings together new, unpublished work by twelve of Scotland’s most important writers: Alasdair Gray, Janice Galloway, W. N. Herbert, Tom Pow, Dilys Rose, Robert Alan Jamieson, Kirsty Gunn, Robert Crawford, Anne Donovan, Alan Bissett, Laura Marney and Alan Spence. Artwork by Calum Colvin and music by Peter de Moncey-Conegliano.

Viva Caledonia is featured on the Mad Hatter’s Review website – you’ll find it at the bottom of the front page in the left hand column.”

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Why study Comparative Literature at the University of Glasgow?/ Video

Why study Comparative Literature at the University of Glasgow?/ Video

Read Interlitq‘s “40 Glasgow Voices” feature.

Daniel Balderston to be interviewed by Yamila Musa

Daniel Balderston

Interlitq news: Daniel Balderston to be interviewed by Yamila Musa, Interlitq‘s Argentine Editor (“The Groves of Academe” series).

About Daniel Balderston

About Yamila Musa

 

Interlitq’s English Writers 4 rescheduled for publication December 2016

Hugo Bonamin 2013, Untitled after Lord Byron, Oil on canvas, 222×199 cm

Hugo Bonamin 2013, Untitled after Lord Byron, Oil on canvas, 222×199 cm

Work by authors such as Nick CaistorTom ChiversJonathan DunneGeraldine GreenJohn GreeningAmanda HopkinsonNeil Langdon InglisJoanne LimburgJack LittlePascale PetitAngela ReadmanElizabeth RimmerFiona SampsonGeorge Szirtes, and Claire Trévien, will be published in Interlitq‘s English Writers 4 . The Guest Artist will be Hugo Bonamin.

New work by Jonathan Dunne to be included in Interlitq’s English Writers 4

Jonathan Dunne

Jonathan Dunne

New work by Jonathan Dunne, UK poet, literary translator and publisher, and  a contributor to Issue 5 of Interlitq, and Interlitq‘s English Writers 1, will be published in Interlitq‘s English Writers 4.