Clydebuilt showcase

by St Mungo's Mirrorball

Cambridge, Gerry 2  Henry_Bell_Moscowweb.270  Nalini_0_0  mg_0327  Unknown

St Mungos Mirrorball – Clydebuilt 8 showcase will be on Thursday 5th May at 7pm in the Club room at the CCA.

This year’s Clybebuilt mentor Gerry Cambridge showcases the work created by the group in the last year
Gerry Cambridge is a poet, essayist and editor, with a substantial interest in print design and typography as well as a background in natural history photography. His publications include Notes for Lighting a Fire (HappenStance Press, 2012), Since 1995 Gerry has published and edited The Dark Horse.

Henry Bell is a writer, editor, and events organiser based in Glasgow. He the managing editor of Gutter, Scotland’s magazine of new writing, and has edited a number of books including A Bird is Not a Stone, an anthology of contemporary Palestinian poetry in the languages of Scotland.

Duncan Stewart Muir undertook his MLitt in Creative Writing at The University of Glasgow, graduating with distinction in 2010. Duncan’s poetry has been published in Poetry Review, PN Review, New Writing Scotland, Blast Furnace and In Protest: 150 Poems for Human Rights. He lives in Glasgow where he is at work on his first novel, Our Affliction, set in the Far Eastern borderlands between China and Russia.

Nalini Paul’s first poetry pamphlet, Skirlags, was shortlisted for the Callum Macdonald Award in 2010. She was George Mackay Brown Writing Fellow in Orkney, and has collaborated on projects and commissions for stage and film. Her current poetry book, The Raven’s Song, is inspired by raven-and-crow myths from Orkney, Shetland and Canada.

Gregor Addison teaches English at West College Scotland and lives in Scotstoun, Glasgow. His poetry has previously been published in Carcanet’s Oxford Poets 2013: An Anthology (EDITED BY Iain Galbraith and Robyn Marsack), as well as in Gairm, The Edinburgh Review, Chapman, New Writing Scotland, Gath, Causeway/Cabhsair, The Dark Horse and Gutter.

Advertisements