Events & Projects

Neil Young is a Belfast poet and publisher, living for many years in Scotland. His published works include: Lagan Voices Read more
Belfast to Baillieston is a family and industrial narrative that takes as its core the life of Jimmy Gracie, the Read more
Annemarie Ní Churreáin is a poet from the Donegal Gaeltacht, Ireland. Her books include Bloodroot (Doire Press, 2017), Town (The Salvage Press 2018) Read more
Known and widely respected as a poet and translator, George Szirtes' memoir, The Photographer at Sixteen, centred on his mother's life, Read more
Charlie will be reading from Belfast to Baillieston on the following dates: Tuesday 17 October 2023: Scottish Writers' Centre, Glasgow, Read more
The Poets' Republic, Issue 10
My poem, View from Cavehill, 1970, is published in Issue 10 of the excellent Scottish magazine, The Poet's Republic. The Read more
Pop-up bookshelves in the Tannery Hoose Windae - just about all the books I bought in 2021. What a lot Read more
Tannery Hoose Poinsettia
Happy Christmas to everyone!  What better than a Poinsettia to brighten up the Tannery Hoose Windae! Here's a wee bit Read more
Storm Arwen ravaged many parts of Scotland and elsewhere in the British Isles. Like all storms, a harvest of wood Read more
Nina Williams (Macpherson)
After a break since Tannery Hoose Windae #6, we are back with an awesome tribute from Fiona Macpherson to her Read more
Thornhill Moos
Tannery Hoose Windae #6: Thornhill Moos! Check out this brilliant cover on the the latest issue of Thornhill Views, renamed Read more
Tannery Hoose Windae #5
Greek mythology tells us what we call Easter Lilies were created from the breast milk of Hera, wife of Zeus. Read more
Multi-Coloured Parrot
What else but a funky multi-coloured parrot could work for the fourth in the Tannery Hoose Windae project! This is Read more
Tannery Hoose Windae #3
For this Tannery Hoose Windae photae, a rid caunle, and a wee poem, a haiku. a rid caunle in the Read more
The second Tannery Hoose Windae photo was this, in January 2021 from Charlie Gracie. A bottle of hope from Moldova. Read more
The first residents of the Tannery Hoose Windae - none better in many ways. This was Christmas 2020, a weird Read more
Charlie Gracie at PBF2021
What a fantastic line up at the Paisley Book Festival 2021. I'm delighted to have been part of such a Read more
It's been a good few weeks with launch events for my new poetry collection. In November, I was asked to Read more