First published in The Times, Friday May 27 2016
In the context of Scottish theatre, Molière, the nom-de-plume of Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, the 17th century French dramatist and actor, is pretty much synonymous with Liz Lochhead. 450 more words
10 hours, 9 minutes ago
A SHORT SPEL
1 day, 15 hours ago
Scot Lit Fest: 24th - 26th June 2016
Today we’ve been rooting around the Saltire Society Literary Awards history and decided to have a look back at some names who were in contention for the Book of the Year award in the 1980s. 334 more words
1 month ago
I’ve been desperate to share this with y’all for ages but was bound to silence by higher powers. I’ll be appearing as part of the… 176 more words
We will be completing a practice Critical Reading paper on Monday 25th April.
This will include a set text paper and a critical essay. Make sure you arrive to class ON TIME and revise over the weekend.
1 month, 1 week ago
In case you want your notes to be lovely and neat.
Shared Themes Table
Shared Techniques Table
1 month, 2 weeks ago
Scottish Writers' Centre
‘What’s the secret to writing?’ Liz asks. ‘Just sit down at a desk, tie yourself to a chair, tie the chair to the desk, don’t move, and keep going – even if you’re stuck.’ 960 more words