Bella Magazine

With the changing landscape of the Scottish media we are unable to continue our monthly print supplement in collaboration with the National.

We are glad to have created a magazine which we hoped to deepen and broaden the debates and issues addressed in Scottish media and to profile so many writers and artists including: Sara Shaarawi, Adam Ramsay, Joanna Blythman, May Miles Thomas, Sue Palmer, Colin Fox, Cameron McNeish, Christopher Silver, Sarah Glynn, Irvine Welsh, Tilly Gifford, Cora Bissett, AL Kennedy, Neil Cooper, Paul Tritschler, Christopher Harvie, Laura Waddell, David Jamieson, Murray Armstrong, Gehan Macleod, Alan Bissett, Sara Sheridan, Nadine McBay, Peter Geoghegan, David Whyte, Gary McNair, Frank McElhinney, Sophie Walker, Jenny Lindsay, George Gunn, Chloe Farand, Naomi O’Leary, Jonathon Shafi, Gordon Guthrie, Liam Turbett, Eve Livingston, Neil Gray, Hugh MacDonald, Andy Arthur, Stuart Cosgrove, Layla-Roxanna Hill, Claudia Torrissi and Paul English.

We will have a whole archive of past content available for you soon.

Many thanks to Callum Baird and Roxanne Sorooshian and Stephen Paton and Nadine McBay for their great work and support.

We will have a significant new presence in the new National on Sunday newspaper.

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  1. Dougie Strang says:

    That’s a shame Bella, I enjoyed the magazine format. Here’s hoping the National on Sunday manages to launch and then remain afloat. Tough times indeed for printed media.

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