In the seventh Scots Whay Hae! podcast Ali talks to Kirsty Neary about her latest novel Abstract/Concrete and editor Sam Best about Octavius, a new online literary magazine for students. There is lots of chat about writing methods (both dos and don’ts), the thorny question of genre fiction, the difficulty in getting published, the merits of The Lion King, and much much more.
You can read all about Kirsty’s writing, and buy her books, by going to wildwolfpublishing.com.
For all the information about Octavius (left), including how to submit, then head along to octaviusmagazine.
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Congratulations to Louise Anne Geddes who wins a copy of Alasdair Gray’s Lanark by correctly answering the question posed in the last podcast blog; in Muriel Spark’s The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Sandy’s surname is indeed Stranger.