Linda Cracknell speaks with Doug Johnstone about creative non-fiction, walking as working, her community activities and residencies in Scotland and overseas, her radio drama work and her new calling to write about the sea.
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Linda Cracknell speaks with Doug Johnstone about starting to write short stories 'because they were short', the interaction between writing and place, her first novel set in the remote landscape of Caithness and her creative non-fiction work 'Doubling Back'.
Valerie Gillies speaks with Doug Johnstone about poetry’s place in Scottish life, her multi-disciplinary practice inspired by studies in 1970s India and ongoing collaborations, and her role as a practitioner in arts-based health work.
Linda Cracknell travels to France in the footsteps of Robert Louis Stevenson, considering the effects of motion and travel on writing and discovering that sitting beside a river can be as much of a journey as sitting on a long distance train.
Dan Richards visits the beautiful archipelago that provided both part-time home and profound inspiration for one of Finland’s best-loved writers.