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Volume 2 – Issue 3 – Contents

October 28, 2009 | by SRB

RONALD FRAME  – William McIlvanney’s Weekend: his first novel in a decade reviewed

HUGH MACDONALD – Wee Yin and Big Yang: Sir Alex Ferguson’s legacy

HAMISH WHYTE – Kill and Be Kilt: What’s peculiarly Scottish about Scottish crime fiction?

TESSA RANSFORD – Diary: Conference-going

AJAY CLOSE – The Atkinson Diet: What Kate did next

Poems by Tom Leonard and Juan Carvajal (translated by Alastair Reid)

IAN BELL – Scotland Dialling 999: On Andrew O’Hagan’s Ayrshire

JAMES MACMILLAN – Irish in Denial: Why do so many Irish-Scots not want to trumpet their roots?

COLIN WATERS – Candia McWilliam: An interview

LESLEY MCDOWELL AND COLIN WATERS Gallimaufry

LAWRENCE JAMES – A Thrust in the Buttocks: Memorialising the Royal Scots

MARK COUSINS – Image Conscious: The importance of seeing in the cinema

NEIL MACKAY – My Middle Name is Patrick: Growing up with the Troubles

GEOFFREY ELBORN – From Orangemen to Satsumas: Alan Spence’s The Pure Land

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