Interview with White Heath and The Valkarys for STV Local
Guest post for Mslexia on finding your voice as an author
I helped out with live coverage of election night for The Edinburgh Reporter (manning the twitter, taking photos and uploading results posts) which extended from 8.30pm on election night until 4pm the following day.
I did a post on my personal blog about advice I’ve received on freelance journalism which blatantly belongs here, I have just realised. Perhaps I’ll post it here later.
Oot – The May edition of my What’s On column in the Broughton Spurtle
Interview with Friends are Friends (formerly Epic 26) – The penultimate article for STV Local in the series about the bands involved in the Sick Kids Charity CD, No Colour Too Strong to Paint, which will be launched this Saturday (May 7) at Maggie’s Chamber in the Cowgate. Unfortunately I can’t go, but I’m sure it’ll be a good night.
To celebrate my 101st post on this blog… have some links to things I’ve been writing elsewhere this week.
STV Local Interviews:
Musselburgh 7 piece band Delta Mainline
Producer John Durnan
The Steals, whose cheeky swear was edited out..
Mslexia – Sparkly Vampire Hunks LOL
Ten Tracks – It’s Different For Girls?
A Daddy Long Legs Is Not A Father – why do old people hate me?
12 Books In 12 Months – Finding my voice
An interview with The Thanes about their involvement in No Colour Too Strong to Paint (a CD raising money for the Sick Kids Hospital in Edinburgh) for STV Local
An interview with Edinburgh Inventor Ben Schogler about his brand new musical instrument, the skoog
An interview with Col McGregor of Frantic Chant, the mastermind of the Sick Kids charity CD
A post about the pros and cons of doing the door for charidee on Ten Tracks
A review – Around The World in 80 Days by Lung Ha’s Theatre Company at The Traverse (for The Edinburgh Reporter)
An interview – Imperial Racing Club on their involvement in the Sick Kids charity CD (for STV Local)
My STV Local interview with Steve Heron about his involvement in the Sick Kids charity CD.
A couple of links to things I’ve been writing:
A post about Roofraiser – a fundrasing campaign to help save The Forest Cafe – for Ten Tracks
An interview with Edinburgh band Inspired for STV Local
Another interview for STV, this time with Rich from The Remnant Kings.
And the April edition of Oot for The Broughton Spurtle.
In other news, book 4 of 12 Books in 12 Months starts today. I blogged accordingly.
The title pretty much says it all… Here is another interview for STV Local with Scrap Brain, one of the bands involved in No Colour Too Strong to Paint, a charity CD raising funds for the Sick Kids Foundation.