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Wick - Thurso - a great divide
Thursday 9 August

A talk by councillor Graeme Smith
followed by debate

Poetry Reading by Gerry Cambridge

After that
A jam session in the bar
featuring Gerry Cambridge, blues and harmonica player

Plus other artistes

Breadalbane House Hotel, Wick
Thursday 9 August
7.30 Onwards

Other things Scotia Review has done

Scotia Review produce a small literary magazine for writers in the North of Scotland to publish their material and it is on sale in local newsagents in Caithness - Price 4
The latest one Summer 2001 just out has poetry, essays and short stories and highlights the work of William Neill one of the 20th centuries prolific poets.  His works appear in Scots, English and Gaelic.  Apart from his poetry he translates from various European languages.  Using rhyming verse he uses satire to attack a range of issues.  In this issue 23 writers are represented in one way or another.