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Grappling with the Dark Ages: Max Adams at the Edinburgh Book Festival

How can we understand the past? It is a question that stretches from philosophy to biology, yet still seems infuriatingly unanswerable and is a problem that Max Adams is without…

An Audience with Graham Swift at the Edinburgh Book Festival

There was a lot at play as the lights dimmed in the Baillie Gifford Main Theatre. For starters this was the Edinburgh Book Festivals opening gambit; the first big name…

Tennessee Williams’: Made Pilgrimage of the Flesh

‘Hell has descended on me’ wrote Tennessee William’s from his cot in Touro Infirmary: ‘retribution for all my misdoings and the things undone’. The celebrity playwright in 1953 had reached…

Sweet Caress

“However long your stay on this small planet lasts, and whatever happens during it, the most important thing is that – from time to time – you feel life’s sweet…

Philip Larkin: Life, Art and Love

It is often the way that prolific artists and authors do not receive appraisal in their own life; indeed, it may be only after the curtain call when their work…

Tennessee Williams’: Made Pilgrimage of the Flesh

‘Hell has descended on me’ wrote Tennessee William’s from his cot in Touro Infirmary: ‘retribution for all my misdoings and the things undone’. The celebrity playwright in 1953 had reached…

From Renaissance to Referendum: Poetry Culture and Politics

Scotland’s national identity has always been intertwined with art, music and most importantly, literature. From the publication of Blind Harry’s The Wallace to September 2014 by Carol Ann Duffy, lyrics…

Agnes Török at the Scottish Poetry Library

From lyrics written in protest of the Church by William Blake, to the haunting depictions of 9-11 by Michael Burch, poetry has always been intertwined with social commentary and political…