Ian R. Mitchell takes the reader on an urban promenade along the Clyde and finds its character is created from far more than the remnants of shipbuilding.
When his enquiry turns personal he's forced to ask whether his ownlife is an artificial mask. It fuses the glass and steel of our increasingly controlledalgorithmic world with the memory and straw of our forebears' worldcontrolled by traditions and taboos
Spending seven months in Orkney during 2015 and 2016 in order to delve into the secrets of the islands, Richard Clubley was keen to get as many local views as possible. In this book, he portrays the northern Scottish islands fairly and honestly, with stor