Posted by: scottishwriters | July 10, 2018

The Scottish Writers’ Centre Podcast Episode 13: My Medical Experience

Unfortunately, since our last episode the CCA is still closed following the devastating fire at Glasgow School of Art, and last week’s event was cancelled.

Please bear with us as we attempt to find a new home for our upcoming events! If you have any suggestions for venues please don’t hesitate to contact us at info@scottishwriterscentre.co.uk.

In the meantime, your old friend the Scottish Writers’ Centre Podcast is still here for you! This episode features a particularly moving speakeasy which focused on medical experiences of all kinds. We invited patients, practitioners, carers, and family members to read their work, with heartfelt results!

Performers include:
Derek Parkes
Tony Beekman
Edward Rogers
LA Traynor
Ann MacKinnon
Archie Life
George Gibson
Francesca & Steven
John Bullivant
Sally Gates
Pauline Cannon
Gail Winters
Lindsey Stuart
Jen Grey
Mary Irvine
Giovanna MacKenna
Dee
Neil Gallacher

If we’ve misspelled your name, please let us know!

 

If you especially enjoyed this medical theme, Rachel Walker has compiled a list of brilliant literary works with illness and medicine at their core.

Thank you to the team at the SWC for their contribution and help with coordinating this podcast series.

This podcast was recorded and produced by Wheezy Whispers.

If you have any questions about future episodes or want to provide some feedback please email info@wheezywhispers.co.uk

The views expressed in this episode do not necessarily represent those of the Scottish Writers’ Centre.

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Responses

  1. Great selection of performers, very enjoyable podcast. Loved Ann MacKinnon’s poems in particular 😊


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