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On Radical Scottish Publishing and the Edinburgh Review

AS someone more than a little obsessed by the history of alternative press in Scotland this is a great project with great insights. Here Scott Hames interviews Murdo MacDonald remembering Peter Kravitz and the radical student press and its influence in publishing writers such as Jim Kelman and facilitating Self-Determination and Power amongst other events and ruptures … Remembering also Neil Christie a fondly remembered designer. This is a rich history and glad that it’s being fully documented …




Scottish Magazines Net · Murdo Macdonald on Edinburgh Review and Common Space

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  1. Graeme Purves says:

    Bravo! Lot’s of fascinating stuff here. I’m really looking forward to the rest of this series.

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