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SOGO MAGAZINEContributorsISSUE THREE SPRING 16NEAL STEWARTA Glasgow native, Neal decamped to Fife for an undergraduate before teaching in France, Italy, Turkey and Austria, among others, before making it back home via a Masters degree in the Netherlands.KIRSTIE ADDISKirstie is an English Literature graduate from the University of Glasgow. Throughout her university career Kirstie has displayed an avid interest in the art and craft of writing. Her work focuses on the form and stylistics at work within literature.BRIAN McFIEA musician/composer and visual artist, Brian’s work is as varied in style as it is by platform and thematic concept – from Art School to The Big Dish, Lola in Slacks to the Marcelle House group of artists.JOANNE NETHERYA Glasgow publican, Jo put her business acumen to use, helping to arranging convoys with aid donated by regulars for refugees in Calais: this project built on previous social justice and community activism.STUART COSGROVEBroadcaster, writer, commentator, media executive: Stewart is as comfortable talking about Motown as his native Fair City of Perth, as his recent Detroit 67 book attests. His interviewwith Brian Sweeney in this issue reflects a lifetime devoted to Scottish football.S2OGO MAGAZINE SP16GUS IRONSIDEGus Ironside was born and raised in North-East Scotland and now resides in Lanarkshire. Gus is a contributor to Louder than War, The I-94 Bar, Is This Music?, Shindig! and Vive Le Rock.MURRAY ROBERTSONA GSoA graduate, Murray continues to live and work in Glasgow, and has a long standing assoc- iation with the Glasgow Print Studio. In between times he has worked in Berlin, Kyoto, Mumbai, Mexico and on the Isle of Skye.JAN GRARUPEight World Press Photo awards and two UNICEF awards are the most prominent in a long list for this Copenhagen-based photographer who has covered conflicts all over the world.JACK BATCHELORJack is a 2nd year Communication Design student at GSoA – obsessive about Type, dabbler in Photography, he hopes one day to combine these passions for a positive, possibly political use.BARRYYOUNGFormer projectionist, bouncer, publican and crematorium worker Barry Young runs Young's Interesting Books in Skirving Street, Shawlands, where the stock includes many classic Penguin editions. His personal favourites are the 1970s John Wyndham covers by Harry Willock.


































































































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