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Andrew Blair
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Time Shadows
I contributed a story to the Doctor Who charity fan anthology Time Shadows , which you can buy in physical or digital form here . Art by Iain Robertson There are a fair few reviews of it, if that helps you make up your mind. The  Trap One  Blog The Immateri...

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Knife Whimsy A
I recorded some poems that I performed in an award winning PBH Free Fringe show in 2014, some of them set to music.

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The BIG LOVE Remixes
We embarked on some poetry jiggery-pokery with Kevin McLean and Doug Garry's poem Big Love - with their permission, of course - and made it into a downloadable thing you can read and listen to. You can download it here  and stream it below.

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Lies, Dreaming #1
Myself and Ross McCleary have put together a spoken word podcast called Lies, Dreaming . The theme of the first podcast was Tim Henman, and much to our surprise we put together half an hour of pure, unadulterated Henmania. You can stream it below, or subscr...

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You and Who Else
I've contributed an article about Stingray to You and Who Else , a charity anthology of essays about television. Details of how to buy a copy are here .

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Recently
The latest Poets Against Humanity podcast is now online. You can either stream it or subscribe via iTunes . I've written a couple of pieces for Den of Geek: A review of Turbo Kid An article about the FIFA computer games An article about the TV adaptation of...

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Loss Lit #2
I have a poem in the second issue of Loss Lit , which is also a monthly Twitter writing session you should join in with.

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The Bohemyth: September 2015
I have a poem in this month's edition of The Bohemyth online journal. I even took writing my bio seriously on this one.

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Gutter #13
I have two poems in the new issue of Gutter , which is available from their website and probably at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, possibly the National Library and some branches of Waterstones and Blackwells. Here's the title of one of the poems.
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