A collective voice for literature and languages in Scotland

Mary Paterson, or, The Fatal Error, by David Pae (edited by Caroline McCracken-Flesher) ISBN 9781906841201, published June 2015 Cover design by Mark Blackadder. Burke and Hare dolls by Mary Archibald. The Rooftop Busker: New Writing Scotland 33, edited by Gerry Cambridge and Diana Hendry ISBN 9781906841249, published July 2015 Cover image: Marc Chagall, ‘The Blue Fiddler’ (1947) Chagall ®/© ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2015

Mary Paterson, or, The Fatal Error, by David Pae (edited by Caroline McCracken-Flesher) ISBN 9781906841201, published June 2015 Cover design by Mark Blackadder. Burke and Hare dolls by Mary Archibald. The Rooftop Busker: New Writing Scotland 33, edited by Gerry Cambridge and Diana Hendry ISBN 9781906841249, published July 2015 Cover image: Marc Chagall, ‘The Blue Fiddler’ (1947) Chagall ®/© ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2015

Association for Scottish Literary Studies

For the promotion and study of the languages and literature of Scotland.

The Association for Scottish Literary Studies (ASLS) has over 500 members – teachers and students, individuals and institutions – worldwide. Many are noted authors, poets and academics, who provide expertise and advice on a voluntary basis.

Nearly 10,000 ASLS publications are distributed annually, with others available free online. ASLS holds annual conferences on Scottish literature and languages and their place in the classroom, monitors educational developments, and runs the Scottish Writing Exhibition which showcases Scottish literature at major conventions in North America and continental Europe.

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