1 Feb 2004 in Features, Outer Hebrides, Writing
Stornoway poet IAN STEPHEN is an artist in residence at this year’s Stanza Poetry festival in St Andrews, where his work will explore poetry and the sea.
10 Jan 2004 in Features, Festival, Highland, Writing
JAMES MILLER looks ahead with a sneak preview of the programme for the 5th Cromarty Book Festival, which takes place at the end of March this year.
15 Dec 2003 in Features, Writing
Dingwall-based ANDREA MUIR records her adventures on the writing course at the Arvon Foundation’s centre in deepest Devon.
13 Dec 2003 in Features, Outer Hebrides, Writing
THE ARTS JOURNAL is a journal of comment and criticism rather than fiction and poetry, but in another well-established publishing tradition, we offer a short story for the New Year by Contributing Editor Peter Urpeth
5 Dec 2003 in Features, Gaelic, Writing
Skye-based poet and translator RODY GORMAN was the inaugural recipient of a HI~Arts Writer’s Award this year, and used it to travel to Canada.
2 Dec 2003 in Features, Writing
PETER URPETH considers the significance of the work of poet and theorist KENNETH WHITE in the wake of publication of his long-awaited Collected Poems.
20 Nov 2003 in Features, Gaelic, Writing
PETER URPETH interviewed ANGUS PETER CAMPBELL following the publication of his new Gaelic novel, An Oidhche Mus Do Sheòl Sinn
20 Oct 2003 in Features, Highland, Writing
TOM BRYAN looks ahead to a new festival dedicated to the work of the great Caithness novelist and dramatist Neil M Gunn
3 Oct 2003 in Features, Heritage, Highland, Music, Writing
Librettist ROBERT DAVIDSON describes the genesis of Dunbeath Water, an ambitious oratorio inspired by the Caithness writer Neil Gunn
1 Oct 2003 in Features, Gaelic, Highland, Writing
Aonghas Pàdraig Caimbeul (Angus Peter Campbell) describes his epic new Gaelic novel, An Oidhche Mus Do Sheòl Sìnn (‘The Night Before We Sailed’).