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  • Author:
    Andrew Greig
  • ISBN:
    185224268X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1852242688
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  • Publisher:
    Dufour Editions (January 1, 1995)
  • Pages:
    112 pages
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    Poetry
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Western Swing: Adventures With the Heretical Buddha. Andrew Greig is a Scottish writer who grew up in Anstruther, Fife. He studied philosophy at the University of Edinburgh and is a former Glasgow University Writing Fellow and Scottish Arts Council Scottish/Canadian Exchange Fellow.

Western Swing: Adventures With the Heretical Buddha. 185224268X (ISBN13: 9781852242688). He lives in Orkney and Edinburgh and is married to author Lesley Glaister. Books by Andrew Greig. Mor. rivia About Western Swing.

Western Swing: Adventures with the Heretical Buddha Bloodaxe, 1994. Books and CDs. A personal appeal. Donate Now Individual Support Corporate Involvement International Friends Our Benefactors.

Andrew Greig lives in Orkney and Edinburgh with his wife, novelist Lesley Glaister. Western Swing: Adventures with the Heretical Buddha. Electric Brae: A Modern Romance. His latest books are the poetry collections, As Though We Were Flying (2011), and Getting Higher: The Complete Mountain Poems (2011). Critical perspective.

Andrew Greig (born 23 September 1951) is a Scottish poet and prose writer. Andrew Greig at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, 2000, at Bloodaxe Books (audio). Andrew Greig at Bloodaxe Books

Andrew Greig (born 23 September 1951) is a Scottish poet and prose writer. Greig was born in Bannockburn, and grew up in Anstruther, Fife. Newcastle upon Tyne: Bloodaxe, 1994. Andrew Greig at Bloodaxe Books. Andrew Greig at the British Council.

1994’s Western Swing (subtitled ‘Adventures with the heretical Buddha’) was described by. .As part of the centenary celebrations for Norman MacCaig, Ryan chats to poet and novelist Andrew Greig about his recent book. Listen to the Podcast.

1994’s Western Swing (subtitled ‘Adventures with the heretical Buddha’) was described by the Sunday Herald as being like The Waste Land if . Eliot had been as interested in vintage rock and rock climbing as he was various mythologies : These tapes I’ve spliced. This ain’t no party This ain’t no disco This is Western Swing.

Western Swing: Adventures With the Heretical Buddha By Andrew Greig. The First Western Book on Buddhism and Buddha: Ozeray's Recherches sur Buddou of. S$ 4. 8. Awakening the Buddha Within: Tibetan Wisdom for the Western World By Lama Surya.

Western Swing is an adventurous long poem conjured around a displaced Scotland. Driven by rare energy, dark humour and glee, as well as a wonderful sense of what is strange and what is possible, Andrew Greig's new book is also an exploration of Desire, Loss and Renewal in our lives.

Western Swing is an adventurous long poem conjured around a displaced Scotland

Western Swing is an adventurous long poem conjured around a displaced Scotland.

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Western Swing (Bloodaxe c. 1993).

For the Scottish goalkeeper, see Andy Greig. Andrew Greig (born 23 September 1951, in Bannockburn) is a Scottish writer. He grew up in Anstruther, Fife. Western Swing (Bloodaxe c. Into You (Bloodaxe 2000). This Life, This Life (new and Selected Poems) (Bloodaxe 2006).

Western Swing is an adventurous long poem conjured around a displaced Scotland. Driven by rare energy, dark humour and glee, as well as a wonderful sense of what is strange and what is possible, Andrew Greig's new book is also an exploration of Desire, Loss and Renewal in our lives.Combining quest narrative, shaggy-dog story, lyricism, meditations and eclectic 'sampling', the poem propels us from Glencoe to Katmundu, by flying carpet to Cambridge, into the High Atlas Mountains, on to Marrakech, returning to the Celtic kingdom of Dalriada for a show-down on a pier in East Fife.