After a quiet December over-indulging on Netflix, mid-January is witness to a wee bit more street activity with me taking the Glasgow subway (underground railway to the uninitiated) from Partick to Ibrox to make the acquaintance of Allan Cameron, owner of Vagabond Voices, a small independent publishing house in Govan. Over the coming weeks, I’ll be spending my internship with Allan learning about the various aspects of the business – from commissioning new works to marketing strategies. In the meantime, I have been tasked with the job of writing a blurb for a new anthology of prisoners’ writings so right in at the deep end with this one! Watch this space! TV OFF!!!
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