With what seems like uncommon haste, the latest Leither Magazine (issue 43) should hove into view some time over the upcoming weekend.
Within you’ll find Protempore’s Christmas reading choice, The Junky’s Christmas by William Burroughs. A review of an oral history of Glasgow’s legendary venue, The Arches and Deidre Brock on the Tories rotten chicanery.
In food we have a review of the cafes and delis of Easter Road, a Katy Nixon short story, a (cheekily interesting) look into the history of Leith Links, Brian Donkin’s devilish crossword, and much more.
I do hope you enjoy. Let us know if you don’t, and of course if you do!
It only remains for me to… wish you all the light you can see in 2022.
All good things,