Author(s): STRACHAN ZOE
In the year that Scotland votes on independence from the rest of the UK, Freight Books brings a new and definitive anthology of prose writing from Scotland's leading and emerging gay writers, including the likes of Ali Smith, Louise Welsh, Jackie Kay, Ronald Frame, Toni Davidson and many others. The writing will be as provocative, thoughtful, moving and as fully-charged with energy as one would expect from the country's celebrated community of LGBT artists.
Edited by award-winning novelist Zoe Strachan.
Zoe Strachan is the author of three novels, Negative Space (2002) which won a Betty Trask Award, Spin Cycle (2004) and Ever Fallen in Love (2011), which was nominated for a Scottish Book Award, a London Book Award and a Green Carnation Prize for Gay Literature. She also writes short stories, plays, libretti, essays and journalism and teaches creative writing on the University of Glasgow's prestigious Masters Creative Writing programme. In 2011 she was a visiting lecturer at Dartmouth College.