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The drouth

The drouth

Rodger, Johnny, 1962-; Paterson, Toby, 1974-; Currie, Ken, 1960-; Shrigley, David, 1968-; Miller, Mitchell; Buchanan, Roderick, 1965-; Gray, Alasdair, 1934-2019; Sinclair, Ross, 1966-; Fagen, Graham, 1966-; Morgan, Edwin, 1920-2010; Phillips, Ciara, 1976-

Founded in 2001, The Drouth (‘The Thirst’) is a quarterly magazine published in Glasgow. Its remit is to give space to writers and artists to stimulate debate through literature, film, politics, reportage, visual culture, music and architecture. Each issue has a particular theme, with a guest cover artist and editor

Serial. English.
Published Glasgow: Drouth

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GSA Library Journals Collection (Level 0) Iss. 1 (Summer 2001) - Iss. 60 (Spring/Summer 2018)


Statement of responsibility: editors Mitch Miller, Johnny Rodger
ISSN: 1474-6190
Note: Published quarterly.


  1. 7: Edwin Morgan.
  2. 14: David Shrigley.
  3. 17: Toby Paterson.
  4. 18: Ken Currie.
  5. 20: Alasdair Gray.
  6. 35: Roderick Buchanan.
  7. 36: Graham Fagen.
  8. 37: Ross Sinclair.
  9. 40: Alasdair Gray.
  10. 50: Ciara Phillips