Publications and Broadcasts

by mary Gladstone

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS/BROADCASTS

 

 By Mary Gladstone


SHORT STORIES: A selection of short stories published in magazines and anthologies, and some broadcast on radio.


JOURNALS

Chapman 50 The Sisters and the Serpent
Chapman 46 The Moor Mother
Northwords 4 The Master Baker’s Apprentice
Over 21 The Exeat
Lilley Today 1990 Dead Heads



ANTHOLOGIES

New Writing Scotland 4 A Vindication

Tales to Tell
(ed. David Campbell ) St Magnus

Under Cover
(ed. Colin Nicholson and
Jane Ogden Smith) The Interview



BBC RADIO

Radio 3 Dead Heads
Radio 3 The Funny Farm
Radio 4 Morning Story
and repeated on Radio Scotland

"

The Best of Scottish" The Interview




 

 

POETRY

Chapman 46 The Wedding
Old Sir John
Memento Mori
On Viewing Hopetoun House
Fresh Oceans Anthology, of Poetry by Scottish Women (Stramullion, 1989) 
Miss Currer Bell

PLAYS


Lyceum: A Reading with Edinburgh Playwrights’ Workshop of "The Modern Mariner"
(1984)


Traverse: Performances with Fourplay Theatre Co. "The Modern Mariner" (1985)


Pleasance: Performances at "Women" Live Spring Fling. "The Modern Mariner" (1985)


Assembly Rooms: A Reading with Edinburgh Playwrights’ Workshop. "New Town Scenes"
(1986)

LITERARY AND POETRY CRITICISM

Chapman 42, 43/4, 45, 46, 47/8, 49, 50, 64

Cencrastus No 28 1987/8

Harpies & Quines Feb/Mar 1993 "Poets, Priapism and Pints" (with Lesley Riddoch)
A profile on the Scottish Woman Writer with an emphasis on the early nineteenth century Edinburgh-based novelist, Mary Brunton, a contemporary and rival of Jane Austen.

 

JOURNALISM

Over a period of thirty years some 200 reviews, features and interviews in print journalism and a number of interviews, reviews, talks and programmes on radio

most recent feature/profile articles include

The Scotsman: full-page travel feature CATALAN ELAN

The Herald: full-page feature on David Cameron (his family background)

half-page feature (historical) on the origins of Dickens' Scrooge

Artwork: in-depth interview with Maureen Hodge (commissioned to weave a tapestry for

the new Scottish parliament building)

Ian Hamilton Finlay (artist)

Tapestry exhibition at French Institute, Edinburgh

 

RADIO PROGRAMMES

"A Mug a Minute" (1980)

"RSAMD Days" (1989)