A look at Spoken Word at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
Glasgow Comic Con returns in 2017 with another great lineup.
NessBookFest takes place over 11 and 12 November 2016
David Ramsay explains his journey from armed forces broadcast engineer to Fringe performer
Writer Merryn Glover, author of A House Called Askival, chats to our Highland correspondent Barbara Henderson about publication, unexpected hiccups.
The Ullapool Book Festival invites a wider variety of writers to the West coast of Scotland in early May.
We talk to spoken word performer Toria Garbutt about, poems, punk and her new album ‘Hot Plastic Moon’.
Stories Without Borders is the theme of this year’s festival of yarn-spinning and tale-telling
Neil Arthur James’s alter ego Dandy Darkly is back in Edinburgh with brand new show Trigger Happy. Sarah McIntosh caught up with him on a quiet lunchtime at CC Blooms…
Spoken Word on the Free Fringe is on the up. We select some key performances.
We chat to Loud Poets about their new Fringe show and how they keep spoken word scene exciting beyond the Fringe.
Matt Abbott is a street poet and indie musician from Wakefield. Matt lets us know about his influences and preparation for his Fringe debut, the Spoken Word show – Matt Abbott is Skint & Demoralised.
The Edinburgh Book Festival continues the Babble On Spoken Word strand with a wide array of interesting poets and performers.
Rachel Amey and Ali Maloney tell us about the unique nature of their Fringe show Shift/ – A best of Spoken Word.
Storytelling isn’t all that’s on at the spoken word’s HQ this Fringe
The Wee Review’s Emma Hay was asked/volunteered/coerced/badgered to take a slot at All Of Us, […]