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bibliographical details of some publications in no particular order:

 

Nerve, “Glasgow Unbalanced”, (Glasgow: Cardonald College), Issue one, n.d., pp. 17-20.

ISSN 1466-5891

 

Present Poets 2: Scotland to the World to Scotland, “Waves of Exile”, ed. Jenni Calder, (Edinburgh: NMS Publishing), 1999, p. 18.

ISBN 1-901663-39-6

 

The Knuckle End, “Sugar in my Tea”, ed. Adrian Searle, (Glasgow: Freight Publishing), 2004, pp. 81-84.

ISBN 0954402421

 

Edinburgh Review 85, “the petrified muck of today”, ed. Murdo MacDonald, (Edinburgh, EUP), 1990, pp 11-18.

ISSN 0267-6672

 

Edinburgh Review 102, “11 poems chiefly in the glasgow Scots”, ed. Alex Thomson, (Edinburgh, EUP), 1999, pp 102-107.

 ISSN 0267-6672   ISBN 0 7846 1374 9

 

Gutter 03, “Fragments from a European Leg”, eds. Begg & Searle, (Glasgow: Freight), 2010, pp. 142-143.

ISSN 2041-3475  ISBN 978 0 9544024 9 5

 

Celtic View, “The Religion of Football” [Short Story], ed. Paul Cuddihy, (Glasgow: Celtic Football Club) 28th September, 2005, Vol. 41 Issue 12, pp. 40-45.

 

After the Watergaw, “when water tasted so much sweeter”, ed. Robert Davidson, (Edinburgh: Scottish Cultural Press), 1998.

ISBN 1 84017 024 7

 

Back to the Light: new Glasgow poems, “there goes my bunnet”, eds. O’Rourke & Whyte, (Glasgow: Mariscat Press), 2001, p. 79.

ISBN 0946588260

 

The Glory Signs: New Writing Scotland 16, “Olives”, eds. Jamie & O’Rourke, (Glasgow: ASLS), 1998.

ISBN 09488773750

 

A Little Touch of Cliff in the Evening: New Writing Scotland 30, "Battered Auld Clock", eds. MacDougall & Strachan, (Glasgow: ASLS), 2012, p. 106.

ISBN 978-1-906841-09 -6

 

A Bird is not a Stone: A Palestinian anthology, eds. Bell & Irving, 'poems by Mohammed Lafi', (Freight Books, Glasgow) 2014, pp. 72-78.

ISBN 978 1908754561

Books

 

Jim Ferguson, The Pine-Box-Jig Involves no Dancing, (Whirlpool Press, Edinburgh) 2014. ISBN 978 095684389.

 

Jim Ferguson, Songs to Drown a Million Souls: verses on African-American music, (Fleming Press, Glasgow) 2013. ISBN 978 0955650758.

 

Jim Ferguson, Punk Fiddle - a novel (Whirlpool Press, Edinburgh) 2013.

ISBN 978 095684323.

 

Jim Ferguson, the art of catching a bus and other poems, (Edinburgh: AK Press), 1994. ISBN 1873176287.

 

Jim Ferguson, Tannahill, The Soldier’s Return, with an introductory essay by Jim Ferguson, (Carluke: Read Raw Press), 2010.

ISBN 1907000054.

 

Chapter 4, "Tannahill and Irish Song", in Romantic Ireland: From Tone to Gonne; Fresh Perspectives on Nineteenth-Century Ireland, (eds. Paddy Lyons, Willy Maley, John Miller, (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing ) 2013.  ISBN 978-1443844208

 

Television

 

Some Distant Day - Broadcast Scottish Television September 2004. Dir. Vincent Hunter, Writer. Jim Ferguson, Producer. Marie Oleson.

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