I write features, reviews, and comment on a range of subjects, though my particular interest areas are popular culture and television. I write a column about TV in the Arts magazine of The Herald every Saturday and I often write about my big passion: Doctor Who. I’ve also been an editor, overseeing The Herald’s features and Saturday magazine.
When Stuart MacBride first came to this place as a boy, his dad would freak him out by telling him he was walking on dead people, which is the kind of dark thought that can stick in a young boy's brain. It might explain why MacBride grew up to write the sort of novels he's famous for – novels in which dead bodies play a starring role.