Publications

‘Heart’ by Kate McAllan

£40.00

Image for ‘The Midnight Organ Fight’ by Duncan Hotchkiss as featured in thi wurd, Issue 4

Signed pigment print on German etching paper

Size: A3

Limited edition run of 100

Delivery: 10 – 12 working days

thi wurd Magazine, Issue 4

£10.00

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Issue 4 introduces a bold new direction for thi wurd, featuring 20 original pieces of fiction as well as poetry and essays. Visual art comes to the fore in an interview with internationally acclaimed artist Rachel Maclean, who discusses her work and artistic processes. Meanwhile, Kate McAllan provides the illustrations that run throughout the magazine, the first time one artist has illustrated an entire issue. The non-fiction includes a passionate piece on Frightened Rabbit’s The Midnight Organ Fight and a lengthy essay on literary art from Duncan McLean, author of the seminal Bucket of Tongues. 135pp.

What I do (Memoirs) by James Kelman

£12.00

Available

 

“As long as art exists there are no areas of experience that have to remain inaccessible.”

 

Originally written as obituary, memorial and eulogy, What I do (Memoirs) is a celebration of great literary art, artists and grassroots political movements. Booker Prize-winning author James Kelman pays homage to the writers, artists and political figures who have been significant in his life, and to his work. Kelman writes with characteristic clarity and precision about Mary Gray Hughes, Tillie Olsen, Alex La Guma, Tom Leonard, June Jordan, Alasdair Taylor and many others. And in the process, he shows us the ways that art can access powerful human experiences.

 

What I do (Memoirs) is both biographical and autobiographical.

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