Inside Out There: The Scots Whay Hae! Podcast Talks To Zoe Strachan + Live Readings…

The latest podcast is one of two halves. In the first, Ali talks to writer Zoe Strachan, (wearing her editor’s hat), about all things Out There, the anthology of LGBT writing which was published late last year, and which Scots Whay Hae! reviewed on the 18/01/15.

The two discuss the influences on and the inspirations behind the book’s conception, the perceived problems with anthologies, writer biographies, the trouble with editing, and the process of bringing so many writers together to make a coherent whole.

The second half is made up of some terrific readings from Nicola White, David Kinloch and Louise Welsh (see below), all of whom have their work included in Out There, and which were recorded at the launch of LGBT History Month at the Tron Theatre in Glasgow at the end of January.

You can find out more about what’s on for the rest of LGBT History Month by visiting their website, where you will also find details of further Out There events at the East Kilbride Arts Centre; including a writer’s workshop with Zoe followed by more readings from the book.

If you are a subscriber to the Scots Whay Hae! podcast you’ll likely know all of the above as it will have already arrived in the inbox of whatever mode you choose to use.

If you aren’t yet a subscriber you can do so, (or simply listen) at iTunes or by RSS. You can also download it by clicking on the relevant link to the right of this post , or, if you want it right here, right now, you can listen by clicking on the video below.

The photographs which appear on this page, and on the YouTube version of the podcast, are by Emma Levy who has kindly given us permission to use them.

Nicola White

Nicola White

 

David Kinloch

David Kinloch

 

Louise Welsh

Louise Welsh

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