“I wrote about what was around me; that was the whole point – to get down the experiences, scenes, people, etc. But some people are so daft they don’t understand that writing about Prestwich is just as valid as Dante writing about his inferno.”

Mark E. Smith

 

“My culture and my language have the right to exist, and no one has the authority to dismiss that.”

James Kelman

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Purchase Signed Prints + A Special Offer On Publications

Visit the SHOP page to find details of how to order signed prints of the drawings of your choice, and to take advantage of a Two Books For £15 deal.

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But… If I make it any hotter it’ll crack the glass!

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That burd er there…

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Everywhere ye look…

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aright? Naw.

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Whit, ur ye vegan?

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Celibacy!

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Life kin be beautiful.

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Why Scotland? Why Glasgow?

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It’s fulla paraplegics and old cunts in here.

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Purchase two Stuart Murray books for only £15!!! 

Purchase two Stuart Murray books for only £15!!! 

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On The Street and Bucharest are the only two Stuart Murray titles currently available. Both were published by Glasgow’s Tramway in 2005 & 2008 respectively.  Bucharest documents scenes and encounters from a ten day visit to that city. On The Street depicts encounters with various people while out and about on the streets of Glasgow, see Robin McAlpine’s review below.

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