Lies, Dreaming #15 – Neighbours

We are delighted to announce the contributors for our fifteenth podcast, which has as its theme “Neighbours”.

You can subscribe to the podcast using the links on the right.

Here is a rundown of our contributors:

Colin McGuire is a poet and performer from Glasgow based in Edinburgh, who recently  won both the Out:Spoken Award for Poetry-in-Film, with his animation collaboration ‘The Glasgae Boys’, and the Out:Spoken overall Prize for Poetry. He is the author of three collections. His first self-published collection, ‘Riddled with errors’ (Clydesidepress, 2003), and his first chapbook, ‘Everybody lie down and no one gets hurt,’ (Red Squirrel Press, 2013), and his first full collection, ‘As I sit quietly, I begin to smell burning,’ (Red Squirrel Press, 2014). He has just released ‘enhanced doom disclosure’ with Speculative Books.

Edinburgh-based Jay Whittaker’s debut poetry collection, Wristwatch, was published by Cinnamon Press in October 2017.  She writes about transition, resilience, grief, breast cancer, and LGBT+ lives (including her own). Her poems have been widely published and she has performed feature sets at StAnza, Interrobang, Platform Poetry, and Shore Poets.

Catherine Wilson is a poet, writer and performer currently living in Edinburgh. Her work has been commissioned by the National Gallery, TEDx, BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio Scotland. She is one of the main organisers of “Loud Poets”: a collective committed to making poetry accessible to everyone.

Michael McGill is an Edinburgh-based poet who has recently had work published in Rock & Sling, Funhouse Magazine, New Walk, Northwords Now, Obsessed with Pipework, The Haiku Quarterly and Ink, Sweat and Tears.

Twitter: @MMcGill09

Our next theme will be ‘Supermarket Sweep’. Check out this blogpost for further details.


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