Jane is a retired adult educator, living in Glasgow with her husband Matt. She enjoys being out and about exploring the city and discovering its intriguing past.
‘Glasgow is a city of surprises, if you look beyond the beautiful buildings to the empty spaces you find all sorts of delights…”
Frankenstein in Glasgow – Ure and Jeffray Did you hear the one about the early 19th century blogger, an anatomist, a hanged man and a well-known author? I hadn’t until I was reading through some old writings about Glasgow. I had abandoned reading all my Christmas present cook books, my husband being too much of […]
Most of the nonsense facts I have acquired throughout my life have been learned through books, things I have read that interest me stick. Being from a family of readers most of the debates in our house came from ideas generated by reading both the fiction and fact that enflamed curious minds. Not being terribly […]
Glasgow is a city of surprises, if you look beyond the beautiful buildings to the empty spaces you find all sorts of delights, including poems! It was on a rather ordinary wall beside a cash machine that I first spotted the works of the Glasgow Cabbie, a mysterious, ninja poet whose words reach out of […]