Issue 27 now online

We’re delighted, if a little sad, to present our last issue as editors of From Glasgow to Saturn, as we will shortly be handing over to the new editorial team.

Here in  Issue 27  you will find entertaining and thought-provoking work  from the talented creative minds of James Carson, Alan Gillespie, John Horn, Cathy McSporran, Sheila Millar, Louis Pilard, Andreea Ros and Fiona Wilson. We’re also delighted to have captured a Quick View from poet and roofer William Letford. We’ll say no more by way of introduction. Just enjoy.

All that remains now is for us to say a huge thank you to all our contributors and readers, and to invite you all to please give an enthusiastic welcome to From Glasgow to Saturns new editors, Kevin Scott, Calum Maclean and Shaunagh Jones, who will be announcing their plans for the autumn in due course.

Happy reading and goodbye!

Siobhan Staples | Megan Primrose | Paul Deaton

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Issue 26 (themed issue): now open for submissions!

Calling all writers!

You may not have managed to make the deadline for Issue 25, but how about getting some poetry or prose in for Issue 26? It’s quite an exciting issue, as it will be our first EVER themed issue. We think our theme: TRANSFORMATION offers a lot of scope for interpretation and creativity.

The deadline for this issue is Monday 2nd April- so start scribbling away now! (Please see our submissions page for details on how to submit).

We’re looking forward to seeing the work our theme will inspire!

Megan Primrose |Siobhan Staples| Paul Deaton

Issue 25 now online

We’re proud to present Issue 25 of From Glasgow to Saturn, a selection of exciting original work from Colin Boyd, JoAnne McKay, Laura Brown,  Gill Davies, David Greaves, Jo Lennie, Aya Musbahi and Kevin Scott, along with a fascinating Quick View from TS Eliot prizewinner Jen Hadfield. Thanks to all these contributors for entrusting From Glasgow to Saturn with their words. We hope you enjoy reading them as much as we did, and we’ll see you at the reading party on Thursday!

Siobhan Staples | Megan Primrose | Paul Deaton

From Glasgow to Saturn Reading Party 1st March

FGTS Reading Party Invite March 2012

We’re all set for an evening of fabulous readings at The Anatomy Museum, 6-8pm, with appearances by Alan Bissett , Zoë Strachan, Kei Miller,  JL Williams , Richie McCaffery and Maggie Ritchie.  All we need now is you!  So print off the invite above (this includes directions to the Anatomy Museum), spread the word, and don’t forget to send us an email at fromglasgowtosaturn@glasgow.ac.uk to let us know you’re coming, just so we can keep an eye on numbers.

Look forward to seeing you there!

Siobhan Staples|Megan Primrose|Paul Deaton

PS Huge apologies to everyone who received our earlier non-sensical post. Technology ran away with us  for just a moment. Oops!

We’re having a Reading Party!

From Glasgow to Saturn Reading Party

6-8pm, Thursday 1st March

The Anatomy Museum, University of Glasgow

It’s been a long time coming, but we finally got our act together, booked a room and chatted up some lovely writers. A few bits and pieces still to be finalised, but we couldn’t wait to share the news that we’ve bagged a double delight of readings from both  Alan Bissett and Zoë Strachan.  And that for lovers of all things poetic, the wonderful  JL Williams will be presenting some of her amazing work, along with Richie McCaffery, whose poetry recently featured in Issue 24 of From Glasgow to Saturn.

More details, directions and RSVP arrangements to follow shortly, but get that date in your diaries!

Siobhan Staples|Megan Primrose|Paul Deaton

FGTS hosts CW Reading Party

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From Glasgow to Saturn was asked to host a special Reading Party last week, to welcome the Creative Writing Programme’s new students. The students were treated to fabulous readings from current students, staff & recent graduates (a huge thank you to Elizabeth Reeder, Kerri McLawlin, Emily Munro, Alan Gillespie, Bethany Anderson & Laura Marney).  The evening also featured music from singer-songwriter and GU graduate Jo Mango, and we even made cake.  Thank you to all the CW students who came along and made it such a great evening.  We had fun, so watch this space for details of another FGTS reading party later in the term for all you lovely subscribers and contributors.

Siobhan Staples, Megan Primrose & Paul Deaton

Hello from your new Glasgow to Saturn Editors!

We’ve hope you’ve all had a good summer and have been working hard on your brilliant story/poem/essay to submit for the next From Glasgow to Saturn issue.  We’re delighted to be taking over the magazine from the able hands of Alan, Nick & Sheila for the next twelve months.  Issue 23 will be coming your way in mid-October so we are now open for submissions (and thank you to those of you who have been submitting over the summer).  The deadline for submissions is 26th September.  Further information to follow shortly on our plans for the year- including reading parties, themed issues and more.

Siobhan Staples, Megan Primrose & Paul Deaton