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Linlithgow Writers: "Janus". 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". Midsummer: [various]. 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".glitchy pudding: "circle emoji tree emoji". Brilliant Vibrating Interface: "Kelvinbridge to Shawlands, August 2023 (21st)" // 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". 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". ​Scoot Around: "Walking on Swings", “Caledonian Cloud Computer”. 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". 433: "00:37 - 00:56". The Lumiere Review: "Acquisition II". 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". ​WISP: from "The Bakery, The Kiln", "aye", “The Cave Paintings". spray: "Linlithgow, January 2021 (20th)", "Becky with the good consideration", "Hahahahahaha (Wtf)". unpopular zine: "While Eating Pringles (or, World Message)”. nine magazines: [various]. Sledgehammer: "a bodiless alternative". FAIRY PIECE: "How to be a Writer". Weavers: "Two Husbands", "If I Hear Clicking from a Spoken-Word Audience One More Fucking Time I'm Going to Scream, I'm Going to Lash My Tongue to a Stick and Throw Said Stick into the Ocean, I'm Going to Gyrate", "Walking, Then, Sliding Across Ice". GoldDust: "Embassies". Good Press' The Paper: "poems for the moments between literature, the fictions you cannot get undone on the afternoon commute", "Linlithgow to Glasgow Queen Street, May 2022 (8th). little living room: "August-colony". These Accents: "from Nicholas Looks Down and Sees Light – Notes". The Poetry Review: "Hyperglasgow Queer Street to Superedinburgh Vaporwaverley". PROTOTYPE: "Lerwick's Hyperballad", "Infinite Swan". Glasgow Review of Books: "The Bakery, The Kiln". Ludd Gang: "Utah Teapot", "nine ayes", "Ladybird, Linlithgow Train Station, August 2022 (1st)". catflap: "Yesterday, forth Rail Bridge, December 2016 (15th)". // MOIST: "Party on the Edge of a Donald Trump Victory", "Stars, Spinning". The Gaudie: [various]. Epikinetics: [various]. University Times: [various]. Young Poets Network: "How To Start Your Own Micropress". ​Scottish Magazine Network: “Strange fealties: the online literary magazine”. SPAM Plaza: "Haunted by the Lattice: MidJourney, Mercer and Ashbery". The Poetry Society: "Behind the Poem: On ‘Hyperglasgow Queer Street to Superedinburgh Vaporwaverley’". The Skinny: "Love Bites: Bedroom Pop Moments". // Aberdeen Student Radio (Granite Dreaming, Hipster Bubblegum, Re-Analogue, The Aberdeen Review, ASR Breakfast Show, 2017-2020): [various]. BBC Radio Scotland (The Afternoon Show with Janice Forsyth, May 13th, 2019): "Shale Bings". BBC Scotland (The Social Presents 2: Spoken Word, July 27th, 2020; dir. Matt Gibb): "The Heart's Constant I & II", "Four Years". AAJA Radio (You Mocked Me Once, December 24th, 2021): "Train Derailed, Full of Flowers". // “Anhedonia“ (dir. Ewan McIntosh). “Rubix” (dir. Ewan McIntosh; shortlisted for the 2016 Summer in The City Awards: Best Short Film). “Caledonian Dreams” (dir. Ewan McIntosh, DOP Matt Gibb; Best Drama [Cotswolds IInternational Film Festival 2022], Best Scottish Film Finalist [British Short Film Awards 2022]). "Lone Star Tick" (dir. Ewan McIntosh, DOP Matt Gibb). "Thomas" (dir. Eilidh Gow; selected for Haus fur Poesie's ZEBRA 2023). // “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). // Wildverse (2011), Pushkin Prizes (2012), Foyles Young Poets (2014-2016), ​BBC Contains Strong Language (2019), Poets & Players (2021). // "Re: Remixed Reject-text: Queerness, Appropriation and Digital Poetics", Brilliant Vibrating Interface (Hillhead Library, January 17th, 2023) // "The Kingfisher", Radipole Lake Visitor Centre (2012)

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CAPSULE XII {ed. Ian Macartney (January 2023)} CAPSULE XII is NOT a magazine, NOR an anthology... it is a CAPSULE!!!!!!!!!!!! Featuring poetry, fiction, essays, visual art, song lyrics and more from members of the arts collective "The Poet's Eye".Shaw Worth/Ian Macartney: Selected Messages 2016 - 2022 (November 2022) Edition of two. Second (and only) volume of Facebook Messenger conversations between Shaw Worth and Ian Macartney, January 2017 to July 2018. Printed in event of Shaw's twenty-first birthday. Dancing About Architecture [Outwith Edition] {ed. Ian Macartney (September 2022}} Music magazine which takes its name from a Martin Mull quote: "writing about music is like dancing about architecture". Featuring interviews with musicians 'outwith' Scotland, discussing creative process, spirituality, digital technology and more. Featuring Patricia Taxxon, Jamie Stewart (Xiu Xiu), Ian Crause (Disco Inferno), Jet Jonesz, fire-toolz, Anthonie Tonnon and Max Blansjaar.  An EIBF Special {Mr Sincere Corkscrew  (August 2022)} A pamphlet exclusively printed for Edinburgh International Book Festival 2022 containing poems and two short stories about literary celebrity, artistic success, being a young creative, and Edinburgh.BATCH 0 Four riso-print pamphlets printed by Out the Blue Print, Leith microAYE {Ian Macartney (June 2022)}"The aye: six lines of twelve syllables with a ‘quantum jump’ in the middle line, expressed as ‘[…]’. This is the poetic form I invented in lockdown; I kept gravitating towards Union Canal, the site of my daily walk, March 2020 to September 2021. So this is a handful of ayes, wee Scottish affirmations, about a particular personal landscape – West Lothian, Linlithgow, the hometown. Except for the poems that are not – that’s a whole other novel." cursed meals {1946975493 (June 2022)} "Here is the ennui of the third lockdown, a limbo: neither the unprecedented tingle of the first, nor the bleak despair of the second, but something more tedious. Capitalism as usual, but masked, and evidently unusual, as usual. The exit rumoured, vaccine a glint in the needle’s eye, but hey, the sun’s shining, the park open to encounters, and the pubs are fully prebooked. You have not moved to London, yet. Also, your family is renovating the house. Pandemic Summer, baby!" #ScotlandDecides {s/t (June 2022)} "As the 2021 Election results limped in through a pandemic’d Scotland, I broadcast the REAL results on Twitter. Such electoral data is now here. But – and can this be believed? - there have been recounts; there have been edits. The answers, fleshed out for clarity. What a time to be alive." A Room in London 2 {adios nervosa  (June 2022)} A4 pamphlet of poems from the heartbroken no-popstar adios nervosa; a print sequel to his 2021 EP A Room in London. Batch Orange Two hand-bound pamphlets printed on orange card in Linlithgow. Drone {Ian Macartney (February 2021) Re-print of a poem originally published under the name AyeAye12 on DeviantArt in 2014. A traversal through the desert wherein the blank page is the sand. Words crop up like cacti. WISP  {Ian Macartney (December 2020)} "WIth Sincere sPectres", a mixture between "pamphlet/zine/newsletter/booklet/blog", mailed to friends during lockdown. Contains (then-)updates, visuals, media recommendations, a story fragment, poems.

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