CHRISTOPHER MULROONEY is the author of symphony (The Moon Publishing & Printing), flotilla (Ood Press), and viceroy (Kind of a Hurricane Press). 

LUCAS CHIB‘s poetry has appeared in Sentinel Literary Quarterly and Ping Pong. In previous incarnations, he has worked at a refugee camp, collaborated on and edited screenplays, edited other types of writing, and managed the creative production wing of an art publishing company. He is hard at work on a fiction/prose project and a poetry collection. He currently resides in Baltimore, Maryland.

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The Glasgow Review of Books (ISSN 2053-0560) is an online journal which publishes critical reviews, essays and interviews as well as writing on translation. We accept work in any of the languages of Scotland – English, Gàidhlig and Scots.

We aim to be an accessible, non-partisan community platform for writers from Glasgow and elsewhere. We are interested in many different kinds of writing, though we tend to lean towards more marginal, peripheral or neglected writers and their work. 

Though, our main focus is to fill the gap for careful, considered critical writing, we also publish original creative work, mostly short fiction, poetry and hybrid/visual forms. 

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