Publications

The Freedom to Think Kurdistan by James Kelman

£9.99

The Freedom to Think Kurdistan features an introduction and eight essays on the struggle of the Kurdistan people, written over a number of years. These essays are derived from talks that James Kelman gave at public meetings between 1991 and 2018. The book acts as a primer to the historical and current political situation faced by the people of Kurdistan.

The Freedom to Think Kurdistan by James Kelman (ebook)

£6.99

The Freedom to Think Kurdistan features an introduction and eight essays on the struggle of the Kurdistan people, written over a number of years. These essays are derived from talks that James Kelman gave at public meetings between 1991 and 2018. The book acts as a primer to the historical and current political situation faced by the people of Kurdistan.

7 Week Filing Job by Stuart Murray

£10.00

“I worked a seven week casual contract in the filing room of an office. My colleague was a fifty-seven year old shipyard worker called Jim. He had an M.B.E and brought it to work in its display case one day to show me.” Written and illustrated by Stuart Murray.

Bucharest by Stuart Murray

£5.00

15 drawings made on a ten day visit to Bucharest, Romania during October 2006 + 2 new drawings made in retrospect. Written and illustrated by Stuart Murray, published by Tramway. Signed and numbered copies.

Dark Island by Duncan McLean

£5.00

Dark Island by Duncan McLean is a booklet of short stories from one of Scotland’s finest short story writers. McLean is the author of previous works such as Bucket of Tongues, Blackden and Bunker Man. Published by Abersee Press in 2017 (34pp).

Tales From a Cancelled Country

£9.99

Published in the aftermath of the electorate of Scotland choosing to vote ‘NO’ to becoming an independent country, this collection features fiction by seventeen writers from various places who were working in Scotland at the time. The stories include ‘Who is Killing the Fringe Comedians of Edinburgh?’ by Alan Warner.

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