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Awards for writing and text based art:

Robert Graves Poetry Prize shortlist

Guardian/Modern Painters Award for Writing on Art

Scotland Year of the Artist Award

Yorkhill Hospital Award for Multimedia Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire

Wellcome Foundation Sciart Shortlist: Multimedia Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire

Words and Women IV

2023-24: UNESCO Melbourne City of Literature Virtual Writer in Residence

2024-26: Writer and Artist in Residence, Western Baths Club


2024: Weaving Witnesses, South and North, Australian Tapestry Workshop

2023: Scottish Review & Artmag The Weight of Air and Memory

Scottish Review Boswell Book Festival


Scottish Review Resurrection in the town of Newbury

Swimming in the black sea, essay on Gaelic concept of 'dúthchas' in relation to national identities for Journal of the Tblisi Architecture Biennial (2023), Georgia. Ed. Otar Nemsadze.

2022: Scottish Review (24.8.22)The Physics of Light + Barbara Hepworth & Martin Creed

Scottish Review (26.10.22) Brownian Motion and John Patrick Byrne

2021: Tell, Tongue, the Mystery, Words during Lockdown

2019: Staple Myth, Berwick Film & New Media Arts Festival Review, LUX .

Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival Review: Staple Myth  

2017: 'Komodo Dragon' in Words and Women IV (Norwich: Unthank Books), eds. Bryan, L & Greenwood, B. 153-161.

2015: Co-edited with Driscoll, S., Trace: artistic responses to Scottish archaeology (University pf Glasgow & Seedbed Press)


2014: Sand, fire, peat, dream, Curatorial text for 'Grounded', Glasgow Commonwealth Games 

Gavrilo Princip drinks a cup of coffee...(Glasgow Seedbed Press)


2013:  Robertson, Kate, Ed., The Art of Resistance, CARA. Lodged with Tate, Britain.

2011: Between Us a Phoenix Arises, (Glasgow, Seedbed Press)


2010: Memory Attunements, translated from Andenken by Flora Rosanes (Vienna, 1920), (Glasgow: Seedbed Press)


2009: 'Wall', in Hidden Cities 5, ed. Jury, Rachel, (Glasgow: Dancing Rabbit Productions)


2007: ‘Overlapping Worlds’, Textualities 2: Science and Intuition, ed. Jennie Renton (Edinburgh, Main Point Books).

‘On the Pillars…’ and ‘The Ballad of Anton and Lynne’, Hidden Cities 3, ed. Jury, Rachel, (Dancing Rabbit Productions, Glasgow).

'Real Streams: Hildegard of Bingen’,The State of the Real, ed. Damian Sutton, Ray  Mackenzie and Sue Brind,(London: Tauris) 88-97.


2006: A Search for the Source of the Whirlpool of Artifice (Edinburgh: Dunedin Academic Press). Monograph on Italian natural philosopher, Giulio Camillo (1480-1544) 154pp.


2005: Making Brother Walfrid, (Celtic Football Club Supporters’ Association).

Expanding the Space of a Tent: Making the sculpture of Brother Walfrid

'The Celestial Streams of Giulio Camillo’, History of Science, Cambridge, 43, 321-41.


2004: Reciprocal Earth, poems and images published as a set of 6 postcards; Fold Gallery, Kirkby Steven.

‘The Psalmist’ (short version) The Guardian Review, 18.09.04.

‘The Psalmist’, Modern Painters, Autumn: 22-23.

‘Power and Persuasion in the Theatre of Camillo’, Power and Persuasion: Sculpture in its Rhetorical Context,ed. Urszula Szulakowska(Warsaw: Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences) 37-48.

‘Fame with Tongue’, Reformation and Renaissance Review, 6, 107-123.


2003: Truman, J.; Robinson, K., Evans A.L., Smith, D.; Cunningham, L.;Millward, R.; Minnis, H.: ‘The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire: A pilot study of a new computer version of the self-report scale’, European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 12: 9-14.

‘Giulio Camillo and L’idea del Theatro’, E-Sharp: Online Journal.


2000: Making Light Cross for Scotus College, Scottish Catholic Observer.

1999 ed., Tall Ships, Short Stories, (Greenock Tall Ships).


1997 'Persephone I', 'Persephone II', and 'This', Jacobsen, F. W., Kindlen, M. and Shoemark, A., eds., Living Through Loss, (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers) 147-148.


1995 ed., Ae Fon Kiss, (Glasgow: Project Ability).


1991, adaptation of The Winter's Tale for Flying Geese Theatre Company schools' tour. 


1990 In Ms. Aristotle’s Garden, (Glasgow: Glasgow Museum & Art Gallery).​


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