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Love And Poison: ‘Allergy’ by Elspeth Davie

February 28th 2018

STEPHEN HARGADON finds subtlety, power and wit behind the familiar scenery in Elspeth Davie’s short story ‘Allergy’: ‘…there is a richness here, a resonance, an ability, keen and tender, to look at the world from odd angles, to see the extraordinary, the mystical, in the daily churn of human commerce…’

A Servant of his Soil

November 6th 2015

KENNETH STEVEN recommends ‘Clay’ by Scottish writer Lewis Grassic Gibbon: ‘When you read Grassic Gibbon’s stories, you feel that cold sore in the ends of fingers and feet, because he succeeds in putting the very smell of that soil on the page…’

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