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FOUR SEASONS: TWO POETS OF ACTION

Published: The Scotsman (TSMag) 11 May 2013 ONE of the best things I’ve read so far this year is Found At Sea, a new book of poems by Andrew Greig. It’s based on a journey he made from Stromness on Orkney to the abandoned island of Cava in a little sailing boat called the Arctic […]

FOUR SEASONS: ANDY BENNETTS INTERVIEW PART TWO

Published: The Scotsman (TSMag) 15 October 2011 WELCOME to the second instalment of a two-part special on the life and times of Scottish surfing pioneer Andy Bennetts. If you tuned in last week, you’ll remember that Part One dealt mostly with the discoveries Bennetts and his friends made in south-east Scotland in the late 1960s, […]

FOUR SEASONS: INTRODUCING THE EAST HIGHLAND WAY

Published: The Scotsman (TSMag) 23 July 2011 RELATIVELY speaking, Scotland is a country of modest dimensions. With a landmass of 78,772 sq km, it’s a little bit bigger than Panama, a little bit smaller than the Czech Republic. Granted, it’s no Tuvalu (just 26 sq km) but it’s not exactly Russia either (17 million sq […]

FOUR SEASONS: INTRODUCING THE PADDLEFACE

Published: The Scotsman (TSMag) 2 July FEW films have the power to make you want to sell everything you own, buy a boat and sail off into the wide blue yonder. Crystal Voyager, David Elfick’s trippy 1973 profile of Californian surf innovator George Greenough, does. One scene in particular has probably inspired hundreds of ill-advised […]

FOUR SEASONS: CONFESSIONS OF A SURF ADDICT

Published: The Scotsman (TSMag) 8 May 2010 IS IT POSSIBLE to be addicted to surfing? I mean actually, physically, clinically addicted? It sounds like a silly question – flippant, almost, considering how many people are hooked on much more serious things like drugs and booze and internet shopping – but an article in this month’s […]