Writing what You Know: An Interview with Gary Duncan
International Women's Day and the Dear Sirs Dilemma
In this interview conducted by Stewart Ennis, Gary Duncan, founding editor of Spelk and author of You're Not Supposed to Cry, discusses the various forms of short story (and short short story, and short short short story!) that are gaining popularity both here in the UK and internationally.
Saving Our Literary Culture
Our assistant editor Dana Keller ruminates on how to best celebrate International Women's Day and then briefly rants about a common sexist greeting she receives in the Vagabond Voices email inbox.
Vagabond's 2016-2017 Programme
Vagabond founder Allan Cameron discusses the importance of supporting physical bookshops and smaller online chains like Wordery as opposed to buying books on Amazon.
Vicki Husband Reads from her Saltire-shortlisted Poetry Book
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Allan Cameron on His New Poetry Book
Vicki Husband talks about her first collection of poetry, the Saltire-shortlisted This Far Back Everything Shimmers.
Jenni Daiches on Borrowed Time
Allan Cameron reads from and discusses his new poetry collection.
How to Best Love a Book - Girl Friday #2
Jenni Daiches reveals the inspiration behind her latest novel, Borrowed Time.
How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Book - Girl Friday #1
We explore the unique ways in which readers choose to enjoy the act of reading.
Red Axe Covers #6: Barking Up the Right Tree (2015)
Vagabond Voices' assistant editor Dana Keller explores the virtues of being a slow reader.
In our sixth instalment of Red Axe Covers, Mark Mechan (of Red Axe Design) discusses his cover design and illustrations for Scottish political blogger Paul Kavanagh's book, Barking Up the Right Tree (2015) (now available for purchase).