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Markings 28 By John Hudson
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The 28th issue of Markings literary magazine, edited by John Hudson and Chrys Salt and funded by the Scottish Arts Council, includes a mini poetry collection by former Cream lyricist Pete Brown as... More > well as work from Stewart Conn, Lin Anderson, Alan Riach, Pauline Prior-Pitt and many others. Art is supplied by Patrick Le Tuault and there is a feature on artist-book exhibition organisers, Iris.< Less
Markings 28 By John Hudson
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The 28th issue of Markings literary magazine, edited by John Hudson and Chrys Salt and funded by the Scottish Arts Council, includes a mini poetry collection by former Cream lyricist Pete Brown as... More > well as work from Stewart Conn, Lin Anderson, Alan Riach, Pauline Prior-Pitt and many others. Art is supplied by Patrick Le Tuault and there is a feature on artist-book exhibition organisers, Iris.< Less
Markings 22 By John Hudson
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Markings issue 22 includes work by Diana Hendry, Hamish Whyte, Gerry Loose and Lemn Sissay. Also featured is photography by Geoff Keating and artwork by Hugh Bryden.
Markings 22 By John Hudson
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Markings issue 22 includes work by Diana Hendry, Hamish Whyte, Gerry Loose and Lemn Sissay. Also featured is photography by Geoff Keating and artwork by Hugh Bryden.
Markings 25 By John Hudson
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Markings literary magazine, issue 25, contains poetry, shortstories, reviews, and art. Issued twice per year, Markings presents the best in contemporary literary arts. This issue includes work by... More > Adrian Mitchell, Michael Horovitz, Pete Brown, Bernard Kops, Libby Houston & Tom Pow. Edited by John Hudson and Chrys Salt.< Less
Markings 25 By John Hudson
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Markings literary magazine, issue 25, contains poetry, shortstories, reviews, and art. Issued twice per year, Markings presents the best in contemporary literary arts. This issue includes work by... More > Adrian Mitchell, Michael Horovitz, Pete Brown, Bernard Kops, Libby Houston & Tom Pow. Edited by John Hudson and Chrys Salt.< Less
Markings 17 By John Hudson
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Issue 17 of Markings featuring the extended poem for 4 voices, written by Elspeth Brown, Donald Adamson, Chrys Salt and John Hudson, funded by the Scottish Arts Council Lottery Fund, and entitled... More > Collateral Damage. Also an extensive feature on French artist Patrick Le Tuault.< Less
Markings 17 By John Hudson
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Issue 17 of Markings featuring the extended poem for 4 voices, written by Elspeth Brown, Donald Adamson, Chrys Salt and John Hudson, funded by the Scottish Arts Council Lottery Fund, and entitled... More > Collateral Damage. Also an extensive feature on French artist Patrick Le Tuault.< Less
Markings 27 By John Hudson
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Markings 27 pays tribute to Tessa Ransford, who celebrates her 70th birthday this year, with an in-depth interview and commentaries on her life and work from friends and prominent figures. The... More > magazine also carries tributes to the late Angus Calder and Duncan Glen. Short stories come from Hugh McMillan and Lynn Otty while over thirty five poets are represented, including Tom Leonard, Tom Pow, Liz Niven, Chris Considine, Donald Adamson, James McGonigal, Maureen Sangster and Alan Franks. Scottish photographers visit Brittany and provide two photo-essays from Silvy Weatherall and Anne Darling. Alastair Reid’s and Tessa Ransford’s latest collections are reviewed by J B Pick, while John Hudson looks at the work of Susan Millar DuMars and Angela Patten. Peace is celebrated in a sequence of poems commissioned by The Bakehouse and Markings and printed in a special section in this issue.< Less
Markings 27 By John Hudson
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Markings 27 pays tribute to Tessa Ransford, who celebrates her 70th birthday this year, with an in-depth interview and commentaries on her life and work from friends and prominent figures. The... More > magazine also carries tributes to the late Angus Calder and Duncan Glen. Short stories come from Hugh McMillan and Lynn Otty while over thirty five poets are represented, including Tom Leonard, Tom Pow, Liz Niven, Chris Considine, Donald Adamson, James McGonigal, Maureen Sangster and Alan Franks. Scottish photographers visit Brittany and provide two photo-essays from Silvy Weatherall and Anne Darling. Alastair Reid’s and Tessa Ransford’s latest collections are reviewed by J B Pick, while John Hudson looks at the work of Susan Millar DuMars and Angela Patten. Peace is celebrated in a sequence of poems commissioned by The Bakehouse and Markings and printed in a special section in this issue.< Less