Conversations in Stone

Delighted to be included in this sparkling anthology of prose and poetry celebrating the life of Hugh Miller, geologist and writer, with my highly commended piece Updraft. It’s set in a place he knew well, on a summit in Glen Coe, where a young woman is wavering on the edge of a future she does not want.

The book was launched in March at the Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery, almost under the eyes of Dippy the Dinosaur, on tour from the Natural History Museum in London and can be bought direct from Edinburgh Geological Society

The Scottish Geodiversity Forum runs The Hugh Miller Writing Competition with the Friends of Hugh Miller.

Author: paulanhunter

writing, ranting, stumbling about gob-smacked

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