How to do Privacy in the 21st Century is published in January 2018.
Scotland or No was published in September 2014.
In 2015 I published Burrito Deluxe by Joseph Ridgwell, and Cider Camp and Other Tales by Craig Gibson; I've also enjoyed publishing The One O'Clock Gun Anthology (2010), and Eddie Gibbons' What They Say About You (2010).
I have an honours degree in Cultural History from Aberdeen University and a BD (Hons) in Theology from Glasgow University, where I won a gold medal for Hebrew translation.
I have worked for Amnesty International, and in the financial services, as well as in computer mapping, tending bar, playing guitar, operating a talking cactus, being a director of The Scottish Design Exchange and writing for Scotland on Sunday.
I volunteered for three years in Aida and other refugee camps on the West Bank, working with children in music therapy. I also studied at the Ecole Jacques Lecoq in Paris, have been awarded a Hawthornden Fellowship, and been a St Andrews Scholar for the Church of Scotland in Jerusalem.
My twenties were mad, carefree, anxiety-ridden and above all irresponsible, such were the years of the golden age of my adulthood. I was poor, but what did that matter? The future was calling me, belonged to me. I wrote to my parents: 'More than ever I am convinced I am destined to save the world!' Which is more dangerous, the blindness of fanatics, or the shortsightedness of the free? I refused to look ahead; I refused to look at all.
Anarchists and mystics use the same language, did you know that? They use the same metaphors and I admire both, as they are obsessed by the mystery of the end, and the explosion of time.
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