is the fiction imprint started with Scottish Arts Council Lottery Funding, and launched in October 2000 to considerable press attention and critical acclaim. Most recently Graham Reilly's Saigon Tea
, a novel set in Glasgow, Melbourne and Saigon has been added to the imprint. Currently, due to the state of the market we are unable to commission any further work under this imprint.
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stories from the closet till closing time
By John Maley
lasgow is full of invisible lovers because it's a city where it's hard to be gay. Couples can't easily kiss in the park. They pretend for years to their families that their partner's 'a friend'. And families find it hard to accept that 'friend' – so ma ...
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Gravy Star, The eBOOK
By Hamish Macdonald
hen Farchar MacNab goes on a blinder of a drinking session at Hogmanay he stays away for three days. The temperature drops to minus 22, and he returns to his remote unheated cottage in the thaw to find that his partner and newborn baby have frozen to dea ...
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Hi Bonnybrig eBOOK
and other greetings!
By Shug Hanlan
hug Hanlan's prose and poetry have become a byword for contemporary comic writing set in and about Scotland. These stories and his hilarious novella, Hi Bonnybrigg, are set in an imaginary version of Shug's home village, a place which has now entered c ...
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Rousseau Moon eBOOK
By David Cameron
hese stories are pictures of contemporary life and primitive longing, peopled by characters who often seem to be moving through interior landscapes. 'It is too easy to call it escape,' the narrator of ARID says, imagining places, 'where all moons are new ...
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