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A Well-Travelled Notebook

“Time Zones”

“The Snails Move Out”

“Train to Waverley” 
 

Northern Lights

"Hopscotching"

"Darksong"

"Long Shower"

"Acquisition"
 

Set in Granite

from "Stag of Scotland"

Time and Tide 
"Mother Fish”
"Ovčice, Croatia”.

The Centenary Collection

"Asciinaut &c."  

#UntitledThree

"The Bookshop I Burned Down"
 

Past Present Future 

"Fear of Wrists"

World-dreem

"Foreword"

"Trans-spatial"

Jump My Bones

"Positions for the Ghost"

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eMUSE

"The Land Where the Sun Bleeds"

[Untitled] Falkirk 

"Citadel"

Suma Lima

"Peace Will Come"

Meanwhile

“Moment, February 2018 (7th)”

“Logistics of Grandeur”

"Critique of Nihilism"

Epikinetics 

[various]

Grass

from "Thee Ozymandias Rex"

Icarus

“Watering”
“Helen of Troy but with Eczema”

The Attic
"Yellow Flowers"

Re-Analogue

"Foreword A"
"Foreword 1"

"The Infinite Fury"

Leopard Arts

[various]

Tenebrae 

"aye"

"aye"

"Perpendicularised" 

Little Stone Journal 

"For"

Ex/Post

[various]

Seiren

[various]

Maudlin House

"Love You, Love You Sweetie"

The Island Review

"Calgary Bay"
"There Are No Islands"

giallo

"What is this"
"I want it all Even if it's fake"

Heavy Iridescent 

"Laundry Laundry Laundry Laundry"

RIC Journal

"The Phoenician Cinema"

Wonky Veg

[various]

Rodwell

"Charles Calgary Takes the Long Bus to Ballater"

SPAM

from "Comment Section"

spray

"Linlithgow, January 2021 (20th)"

"Becky with the good consideration"

"Hahahahahaha (Wtf)"

unpopular zine

"While Eating Pringles (or, World Message)"

 

nine magazines

[various]

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MOIST
"Party on the Edge of a Donald Trump Victory"
"Stars, Spinning"

The Gaudie

[various]

University Times

[various]

Young Poets Network

How To Start Your Own Micropress

Scottish Magazine Network

Strange fealties: the online literary magazine

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BBC Radio Scotland

"The Afternoon Show with Janice Forsyth"

 (May 13th, 2019)
 

BBC Scotland

"The Social Presents 2: Spoken Word" (July 27th, 2020) 

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Anhedonia 

Dir. Ewan McIntosh

Rubix 

Dir. Ewan McIntosh.

Shortlisted for the 2016 Summer in The City Awards (Best Short Film).

Year/Year
Performed as part of “Melting” (Fey Theatre: Glasgow, The Old Hairdressers). THE YEAR TO COME was played by Fredrika Siden Cruz. THE YEAR THAT WAS was played by Thaïs Ramdani.

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Wildverse

Winner

 

Pushkin Prizes

Prizewinner
 

Foyles Young Poets

Commended, Prizewinner

Poets & Players

Commended

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