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StAnza 2017 in word and image

It's hard to believe that two months have passed since this year's festival, with the words and images from those glorious days still vivid in our memories. A full Afterword will be coming shortly...

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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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