Book of revelations It was revealed last week that Scottish police had access to GCHQ’s project MILKWHITE in documents leaked by Edward Snowden, reminding us, in the words of Chelsea Manning, that "information should be free".
Rediscovering Scotland's tragic High Priestess of the Grotesque She called herself the High Priestess of the Grotesque and she never shied away from subjects other artists would have regarded as untouchable, but since her death 14 years ago, the work of Pat Douthwaite has fallen into the shadows.
Welcome to SLN's new book review feature where we review some of the latest non-fiction books that may be of interest to our readers. In our first feature Graham Ogilvy finds the war-time memoir of a Jewish refugee fleeing Nazi persecution both timely and moving while Flora Edgar enjoys a biography
George Wyllie and the Glasgow arts revival George Wyllie is remembered as a bunnet-wearing, boiler-suited artist in late middle age who burst onto the contemporary art scene in the late 1980s with two major performance-based installation works, The Straw Locomotive (1987) and The Paper Boat (1989).