Chapman is Scotland’s long running quality literary magazine. This issue is dedicated to Scottish poet and playwright Stewart Conn and also includes other essays, stories, reviews and poems.
Scotland’s long running quality literary magazine. This issue is dedicated to the late, legendary academic, author, poet and critic Angus Calder. Also includes other essays, stories, reviews and poems.
An anthology of the first ten issues of Push, a London street ‘zine originally sold outside West Ham FC’s Boleyn Ground. Tough talking, uncompromising poetry, fiction, and interviews with an introduction by John King, author of the Football Factory.
(ISBN 978-0-9931123-0-0) £ 7.99
The second anthology of Push street ‘zine, which yet again punches well above its weight.
(ISBN 978-0-9931123-2-4) £7.99
Butcher's Dog is a biannual poetry magazine, founded in the North East of England.
Issue No.6 available at SDX £5.99
The Evergreen - A New Season in the North edited by Sean Bradley & Elizabeth Elliot is a new anthology of writing and visual art that encourages readers to look afresh at their own environment and their place in it. Inspired by the Evergreen anthologies of Allan Ramsay and Patrick Geddes, which stimulated a civic and cultural revival within Edinburgh and beyond, it shares the belief that an appreciation of place is essential to sustainable and convivial living today.
(ISBN 978-9930544-0-2) £15.00
Edited by Sean Bradley & Elizabeth Elliot Second edition of the Evergreen anthology featuring a variety of Scottish writers, poets and artists.
(ISBN 978-9930544-1-9) £15.00