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The final wine photo from StAnza 2017: to the fabulous sounds of the Ekobirds
Mon 6 March

Sunday: the festival finale

The final wine photo from StAnza 2017: to the fabulous sounds of the Ekobirds

All good things must come to an end… 

In some ways, it feels as though this year’s festival lasted for...

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Can the shape and nature of Scotland be drawn entirely in poetry?

no. 278: Cumbernauld

New Town, by Sarah Smith
New neighbours spoke to my mother
of old, unfamiliar lives.
Tenemental Riddrie, Dennistoun, Townhead;
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