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Pies, Poute, and the Poetry Mills of Victorian Dundee

It might make some sense to resume this blog where it left off, with a further reference to the ongoing work on Dundee writing in the 19th century. At the Dundee Literary Festival the other week, Professor Kirstie Blair and … Continue reading

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PsychoGeoFerry Fyve

(As part of the effort to make sense of not making sense which, without meaning it to, became my resolution at some point during the most recent spate of Daft Days, I think I should post the five pieces I’ve … Continue reading

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