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Full Scottish Breakfast

Authors: Graham Fulton

Published by Red Squirrel Press

ISBN: 9781906700515

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Full Scottish Breakfast is a headlong journey from space age innocence through to cynicism and eventually into bemused middle age, taking in frantic and funny encounters with mad teachers, wrecked cars, heroes, villains, painters, sheep, Chihuahuas and dead relatives along the way, in an attempt to make sense of whatever led there.

Graham Fulton was born in 1959 in Scotland. He began writing and performing poetry in 1987 when he first attended poet Tom Leonard’s writers’ group in Paisley. He was joint winner of the Scotia Bar First of May Poetry Prize, and was an editorial board member of the West Coast magazine, which featured up-and-coming writers such as Irvine Welsh. His poetry has been published in the likes of The Rialto, Other Poetry, Poetry Scotland and The North, as well as in the anthologies Scotlands: Poets and the Nation (2004) and Scottish Poems (2007). His previous collections include Humouring the Iron Bar Man, This, Knights of the Lower Floors, Ritual Soup and Other Liquids and Inner Circle; and his more recent publications include Pocket Fugues (2009), Black Motel / The Man who Forgot How to (2010) and Open Plan (Smokestack, 2011).
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