I cannot find Super Goo on youtube, but that's where today's Cramps lyrics come from.
I had a lovely,but very busy, weekend. I was on a training course for facilitators of workshops for creative writing for health and wellbeing. It was such good fun, I met some lovely people and it's really going to be helpful for my university placement. As a result, however, I'm even more behind than normal. Oh dear.
Some of the UK's literary festivals are featured here. But it's not a full round-up, by any means.
The World According To Who? reviews Val McDermid's FEVER OF THE BONE, Martin Stanley thoroughly recommends Ray Banks' GUN, Grecian Urn looks at Kate Atkinson's CASE HISTORIES, The Star Online enjoys Ian Rankin's THE IMPOSSIBLE DEAD and Eva Hudson reviews Denise Mina's THE END OF THE WASP SEASON.
Are women writers taken seriously?
The Daily Record talks to William McIlvanney.
Quintin Jardine on Scottish independence. He's...errrrrrr...not particularly keen on politicians.
Alexander McCall Smith will be at the Wivenhoe Bookshop this Thursday. And he's interviewed by the New Zealand Herald.