Weel duin tae Eemis Stane wha hae bin nominatit in Scots Project o the Year sponsored by Scots Radio in the Scots Language Awards. Vote now!
The Scots Language Awards are in the Gardyne Theatre, Dundee on 24th September at 7pm. Tickets for the ceremony are available to buy here: https://dundeeboxoffice.co.uk. If you cannae make it you can hae a swatch o it online. You can a buy an online ticket here for that.
We askit Eemis Stane o Eemis Stane thae speirins.
Tell us aboot yersel or yer ootfit.
Stairtit up in 2021, Eemis Stane furthsets poetry, fiction, essays and polemics in Scots o ony and ilka variety, frae ilka airt and pairt. The kind o Scots ye scrieve in is faur less important tae us than the thing ye’re yaisin it tae say.
Eemis Stane is rin by Matthew Fitt, Thomas Clark, Ashley Douglas, Sara Clark, Paul Malgrati and Eilidh Douglas.
Whit wis it got ye involvit wi the Scots leid?
The need for mair platforms for Scots scrievers.
Ony particlar career heighlichts
The hantle o smashin wark frae a wheen o stoatin scrievers in oor first ever issue!
Wha’s yer plans fir the days aheid?
Issue Twa comin suin!
The Scots Language Awards are in the Gardyne Theatre, Dundee on 24th September at 7pm. Tickets are available to buy here: https://dundeeboxoffice.co.uk Performing on Saturday 24th September include Bruce Fummey, Hamish Macdonald, Beth Malcome and Robyn Stapleton.
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