Free launch event for issue 57 of The Drouth, Scotland’s leading quarterly literary magazine. Pick up a copy of the magazine and enjoy presentations from some of our contributors and live music from Mark Vernon and Cucina Povera. The Communal Leisure crew will be on the decks. More details here
Tuesday, 31st January, 20:00–23:00
Glasgow School of Art, 20 Scott Street, G3 6PE Glasgow.
Guest edited by Elodie Roy and Stewart Smith, this issue, subtitled “Resonance”, has a musical theme, with a particular focus on underground sounds from Glasgow and Scotland.
Contributors include Frances Morgan, Jon Dale, Francis McKee, Claire Biddles, Laurence Estanove, Mark Vernon, Communal Leisure & Silja Strom.
Cucina Povera is the alter-ego of Fenno-karelian producer Maria Rossi. She makes songs about food, precarity and serendipitous ephemera. Beautiful and singular music from the vibrant Glasgow underground.
Mark Vernon is a sound artist and radio producer. His projects include the experimental radio platform Radiophrenia and 2016’s highly acclaimed Lend An Ear Leave A Word LP, released on Graham Lambkin’s Kye label.