Clydebank-based Eveline Pye tells a fishy (but apparently true) story of her native town.
Suddenly it's daffodil time again!
Ruth Fainlight's mood (the actual words imitating her restlessness) may chime with many readers, especially those looking out on prospects of trees and horizons.
Keith Murray's protagonist turns a practical sacrifice into a positive experience.
The First World War is much remembered and debated.
The Irish master W B Yeats wrote many memorable poems but these lines are justly prized for their wonderful evocation of place and mood.
THIS is the month for looking out for those engaging creatures in Scottish hills, fields, and woods, whether in their inappropriate white coats or summer colouring.
A DIFFICULT subject, but Tom Bryan's poem has compassion at its core.