Since 2015, Short Attention Span Theatre has produced the work of 85 writers. This is the list of writers (those who provided a bio) who have written plays for Short Attention Span Theatre, along with the shows their work appeared in. (Bios all from the time of writing.) 

Rachelle Atalla 

Rachelle Atalla is a prose writer based in Falkirk. She is the recipient of a Scottish Book Trust New Writers Award and has been selected to participate in the 2018 write4film programme. Her work has appeared in a variety of anthologies including Gutter and New Writing Scotland. Represented by Cathryn Summerhayes at Curtis Brown. Tweets @rachelle_ata  (September 2018)

Helen Bang 

Helen Bang’s short plays A Little Trip, Skydevil and Russian Roulette have been performed at the Tron as part of their new writing initiative. Poo! The Musical, her kids’ show, has been performed by several primary schools and Falkirk Youth Theatre. (April 2017)

Derek Banner 

Derek is a writer, actor and director from Cumbernauld. (April 2017, December 2017, September 2018, November 2018, December 2018, December 2019)

Karen Barclay

Karen won the Playwrights Studio, Scotland's Ignite competition & is a writer, director and producer who lives in the countryside. (November 2015, November 2016, June 2018, December 2018, February 2019, March 2019, August 2019, October 2019, December 2019, March 2020, June 2020)

Kevin Blackwell

Kevin has been a journalist and works in a riding school. (September 2018, October 2019)

David Bratchpiece

David is a comedian, actor and writer who has performed stand-up comedy around the UK and written for television and radio. In 2021 he co-authored the critically acclaimed book ‘Brickwork: A Biography of the Arches’. (October 2018, November 2019, June 2020, September 2023)

MJ Brocklebank

M J Brocklebank has written for River City, EastEnders and Doctors, as well as writing the screenplay for the independent feature film, Anna Unbound. He has had two short plays produced and in 2016 progressed to the final stage of the Tron Theatre’s Progressive Playwright Award. (March 2018)

Tom Brogan

Tom's plays include Odds and Sods, Cinderella Boys, Bossnappers, The Roxy and Some People. As an actor, Tom appeared in series one of Limmy's Show. (March 2018, September 2018, December 2018, February 2019, March 2019, August 2019, October 2019, April 2020)

Liam Bruce 

Liam Bruce makes his debut foray into playwriting after years of writing his own monologues inspired by the greatest writers of our generation. He is motivated by his background in politics and journalism as well as by the works of Miller and Sorkin. (November 2018, January 2020)

Margaret Callaghan

Margaret Callaghan has a MLitt in creative writing from the University of Glasgow and has been shortlisted for the Scottish Book Trust's New Writers and First Chapter Awards. (January 2019, April 2019, November 2019, December 2019)

Fraser Campbell

Fraser Campbell has written extensively for radio and the stage and is one of the voices behind successful social media accounts for Betfair Poker, Arena Flowers and many others. His new comic book, “Sleeping Dogs” with artist Lautaro Capristo launched November 2015 at Leeds Comic Art Festival, Thought Bubble. His latest comic book "Alex Automatic" is available through Cabal Comics(November 2015)

Leanne Cameron

Leanne Cameron is a Glasgow-born actor, writer and drama tutor. Since graduating with a BA Hons in drama from University of Sunderland her recent credits include sell-out show, Diet, (Our Time Theatre Productions). She has written and performed a series of comedy sketches for charity events such as The Empire Night at the Citizens Theatre and Stand up for Homelessness with the Clutha Trust and also produced, created and performed in Last Orders, (Overlap Theatre Company) an immersive theatre experience which focused on abuse. (May 2020, June 2020, February 2024)

James Cameron Morton 

James Cameron Morton has been writing since 1995 and has now brought 26 original works to the stage, including a wide variety of full-length plays, shorter lunchtime pieces and a number of monologues. (November 2016)

Eva Carson 

Eva Carson lives in Glasgow. She writes a monthly newsletter about fiction: and she’d love you to say hello on Twitter: @eva_carson1 (November 2016, December 2017)

Kirkland Ciccone

Kirkland Ciccone is the author of Happiness Is Wasted On Me and Sadie, Call The Polis. He is also a writer of character-driven Scottish fiction, an auld punk with small pores, a bookshop botherer, a library lurker, and a tea swigger. Hailing from Cumbernauld, near Glasgow, he spends his time writing, telling stories, and avoiding debt collectors. Keep on touch on his website or Twitter(February 2023)

Melanie Combe 

Melanie obtained BA in Theatre from the State University of New York: Buffalo State College, NY in 2009 and an MLitt in Dramaturgy and playwriting from the University of Glasgow in 2011). She has written several original plays, including Happy Suicides (Buffalo State College, NY, 2008) and She Came in Through the Bathroom Window (BSC, NY, 2009). (March 2018)

Alex Cox

Alex Cox is a writer from Glasgow. (November 2015, January 2019, May 2019, June 2019)

Jonathan Dixon 

Jonathan Dixon studied Drama at Loughborough University between 1994 and 1997. Since then, he has performed in plays at The Ramshorn Theatre, open spots in various stand-up venues and been in several writers groups in Glasgow. (June 2018)

Samantha Dooey-Miles

Samantha’s writing explores the significance seemingly small moments can hold. She is particularly interested in shame, embarrassment, and female rage. She has previously had monologues performed by Slackline Productions and Coronavirus Theatre Club. Her stories have been published in New Writing Scotland, Gutter, and Postbox amongst others. In 2021 she won a Scottish Book Trust New Writer Award. (February 2024)

Catriona Duggan 

Catriona is a teacher of English. She was awarded the Scottish Short Play of the Year Award in 2017 and has had several short plays performed through Short Attention Span Theatre. Her play When The Penny Drops was performed at Oran Mor as part of their Play Pie and a Pint Spring 2020 season. You can find Catriona on Twitter(March 2018, October 2018, December 2018, January 2019, February 2019, March 2019, April 2019, June 2019, March 2020, February 2023)

Madeleine Dunne

Madeleine is a Journalist and campaigner from Glasgow. She recently made The Young Women's Movement's 30 Under 30 list. The Call is her first play. (November 2019)

Kenneth Fleming

Kenneth works in the third sector in a policy and external engagement role. He has very recently tried writing some plays. (May 2019)

Rachel Flynn

Rachel is a writer, actor and producer from Edinburgh. Her debut play ‘Being Liza’ garnered 5 star reviews at Edinburgh Fringe in 2019, and she went on to gain an MLitt Playwrighting & Screenwriting from St Andrew’s University. She's contributed to 52 Episodes as a Storyliner on BBC River City and is writing a full-length play on commission for a Maltese theatre. Her 'outright hilarious' A Play A Pie & A Pint 'Keepin The Heid' at Oran Mor & Mull Theatre received 4 stars from The Scotsman. She's written plays for Short Attention Span Theatre, At The Root Theatre & Renfrewshire Leisure and 4 short films with her production company Interabang Productions. (May 2020, June 2020, September 2023)

John AD Fraser

With over 20 performed short and full-length plays in Australia, the UK and North America, John AD Fraser has won several awards, including best script at InspiraTo, Canada’s largest short play festival. (September 2023)

Cicely Gill 

Cicely has had a full-length play, 'A Horse for Every Man', about World War One on Arran, performed on the island in 2014 and more recently, four short plays performed in Glasgow. (November 2018)

Christie Gourlay

I’m a multidisciplinary working class artist based in Glasgow. Most of my writing experience to date has been writing spoken word poetry which I perform regularly in Edinburgh and Glasgow. I have also written a short film which featured in the semi finals event of the World Monologue Film Festival and I am currently writing a book and a solo play with elements of spoken word about the experiences of working class artists (which is more fun than it sounds). (February 2024)

Jamie Graham 

Jamie Graham's work has been featured on BBC Radio Scotland and in a variety of flash fiction zines. This is his first play script and he's currently working on a short story collection. (October 2018, January 2019, April 2019, May 2020, June 2020)

Alison Gray 

Alison Gray is a writer of fiction (Mslexia and Freak Circus) and a winner of the Scottish Book Trust’s New Writers Award. Her play, ‘Millionaire’s Shortbread’ is the humorous story of a lady who wants a boiler, who loves to bake, and who has a distinct and perhaps unusual sense of right and wrong. It is her first play. (September 2018)

Claire Gray-Simon

Claire Gray-Simon is a teacher, translator and writer. She is the author of ‘The First Day' and 'The Birthday Party', bilingual books for children. Her first short play 'The Bus Stop' was performed with SAST in October 2018. She has just completed a screenplay for a short film 'Twins'.  (October 2018, May 2019)

Arron Greechan

Arron Greechan is a performer and theatre-maker from Glasgow soon to be graduating from New College Lanarkshire's BA Acting course. He is currently developing new immersive theatre performances hopeful of producing them once life resumes. Recent writing and performance credits include; 'In My Life/ Solstice (Scratch performance), Last Orders, Thebans. (May 2020)

Megan Green

Megan appeared in several productions with Strathclyde Theatre Group before deciding to concentrate on writing. She created a series of monologues for artist Sven Werner's Tales of Magical Realism show (Cryptic 2013), and has also written texts for spoken word musical pieces by Glasgow-based band, Cracks in the Concrete. She is currently collaborating on a horror graphic novel.  (November 2015)

G.R Greer

G.R Greer is a gay Scottish playwright, actor and theatre-maker who originates from the rural area of Stranraer but now resides in Glasgow. G.R graduated from Queen Margaret University’s BA (Hons) Drama and Performance course with a First-Class Honours Degree in 2016. The same year he began his MLitt in Writing for Performance at The University of St Andrews where he graduated in December 2017, supervised under the mentorship of Zinnie Harris and Oliver Emanuel. G.R likes to explore the darkest parts of the human psyche and human experience which often delves into how taboo subjects are viewed in society today. (May 2020)

Kat Harrison

Kat Harrison is an actor, director and occasional writer based in central Scotland. This is her first time writing solo for SAST and also her first attempt at writing comedy, unless you didn’t find it funny... then it was a serious drama, honest. (December 2018, December 2019)

Elisabeth Holland

Elisabeth is a scribbler and occasional blogger who would read for a living if she could. Having recently tried to read all the works of Agatha Christie, she decided to attempt a murder mystery. (November 2015)

Michael J Houston 

A feature writer for the World Curling Federation, Michael Houston splits his personalities between fact and fiction. His only published fiction piece to date came in a book of short excerpts by author Catherine McPhail where a 10-year-old Michael told the story of an evil carrot. (October 2018, May 2019)

Meggan Jameson

Growing up in Edinburgh with a background in youth work Meggan has a rich life and work experience of dealing with people of all walks of life. The result of this is that she is keen to express the voices and characters of Scottish people within short stories and plays, particularly the diverse and strong voices of Scottish women. (July 2015)

Róisín Kelly

Róisín is interested in writing and directing for the stage. Her directing credits include The Lightkeepers by Rebecca McCallum, Ingenue by Catriona MacLeod and Three by Kate Quigley (Best Production and Best Director at the Jerome Hynes One Act Play Series 2010). She graduated in 2014 from the M Litt in Theatre Studies at Glasgow University. 'Ava and the Seagull' was her first play to be staged. (July 2015)

Thomas Laycock 

Thomas Laycock works as a writer and musician, but thus far makes a living at neither. He won the Scottish Book Trust New Writer's Award in 2011, subsequently spending most of his time composing music, both solo and with the Post-Metal band TIDINGS. He has recently been studying with Edinburgh Acting School, getting into performing and continuing to pursue writing in various forms. (September 2018)

Ian Low

Ian Low is a playwright from Carnoustie. He started writing in his final year studying animation at Duncan of Jordanstone College Of Art and Design in Dundee. Since then he has had various plays performed throughout the UK most notably, One Gun at Oran Mor’s A Play A Pie & A Pint in Glasgow and adaptations for JOOT Theatre Company including The Book of the Howlat, Robert Henryson’s The Testament of Cressied and Derek Jarman’s unfilmed script Bob-Up-A-Down at King’s College Greenwood Theatre in London. (May 2019, June 2019)

Daisy-Jo Lucas

Daisy is a graduate of the UK's only television writing fiction writing degree course at Glasgow Caledonian University, and has had a number of short plays performed in Glasgow, at The Tron and in London. (June 2018, November 2018, August 2019)  

Catriona MacAllister

Catriona MacAllister is an actor and new writer from Morayshire, now based in Glasgow. (January 2020, April 2020)

William MacDonald

William MacDonald is an award winning short-film writer. He made his writing debut in 2018 with the short-film script called Yellow. It went on to win ‘Best First Time Screenwriter’ awards at both the Festigious International Film Festival and the Los Angeles Film Awards, whilst achieving further success at the Berlin Flash Film Festival, and UK Film Festival. (March 2020)

Claire MacLaine

This is Claire's first foray into playwriting but she has written her own short stories to perform at spoken word events. (December 2019, January 2020, April 2020)

Jennifer MacRae

Jennifer MacRae is a Scottish playwright and director.  As an emerging artist living in the highlands, her work is diverse, challenging and sometimes darkly funny. (September 2023)

Elaine Malcolmson 

Elaine Malcolmson was born and raised in Northern Ireland, spent time in Wales, and has lived in Glasgow for over 10 years. She has appeared at the Big Tickle Comedy Festival in Derry, Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Glasgow International Comedy Festival. Elaine gigs all over the UK including regular appearances at the Stand comedy clubs. Elaine was nominated for a Scottish Variety Award in 2010 and has written and performed for BBC TV and Radio. You can find out what Elaine’s up to by checking Twitter: @emalcolmson   Facebook: elainemalcolmsoncomedy  or her website  (November 2016, December 2017, May 2020)

Julie Martis

Julie Martis is a writer and actor from Glasgow. She won a New Writers Award from the Scottish Book Trust in 2015. (November 2015)

Grant McDonald

Grant has been a professional actor since 2011, working with companies such as National Theatre of Scotland, Tron Theatre Company, Pilot Theatre and CBBC. His first experience in writing was devising shows with his theatre company Spilt Milk, including a successful Fringe run in 2017 with the show ‘Adulting’. Grant started writing his own plays in 2019. (October 2019, February 2023)

Julie McDowall

Julie McDowall is an arts journalist, writing on books and TV for The Herald, Sunday Herald, Independent on Sunday, The National and The Big Issue. (July 2015, December 2017)

Stevie McEwan

Stevie McEwan is a writer based in Bearsden. His work has featured on BBC Radio Scotland BBC Radio 4 Extra, and this is his first play. (September 2023)  

Dale McMullen

Dale McMullen is co-founder and head of fiction at Speculative Books. He passes time by writing music and stories. (May 2020)

Adam McNelis 

In 2018, Adam released his debut novel, Halo by the Oak Tree, which he followed up a year later with BRAIN-NATTER: a Short Story Collection. Adam is currently working on his follow-up novel, as well as writing more for Short Attention Span Theatre. In the coming weeks, The Power On Podcast with Adam McNelis goes live. For books, contact details, and more information, please visit or @MrAdamMcNelis on Twitter. (January 2020, April 2020)

James McNulty

James McNulty is a dad of four and recovering diplomat, newspaper sub-editor and playwright. Evidence of unfulfilled early promise includes work performed at the Queensland Civic Theatre (The Wedding, World Festival of Young Playwrights, Australia, 1999), Leeds University Theatre Studio (Naked Window, 1999), the Arches Theatre, Glasgow (Beyond The Pale, 2000), the Royal Court Theatre London Jerwood Theatre Upstairs (Crossing the Borders, 2000), and the Alabama Play by Play Festival (Oakland Theatre, Rochester, 2001). Other work includes plays performed at Alliance Francaise Zambia (Chicken and Chips, 2014), the Tron Theatre, Glasgow (Red Road, as part of the 2014 Commonwealth Games cultural programme). Previous winner of Scottish Arts Council's Drama Travel Bursary, graduate of BBC Radio Drama's Writer's Lab and in 2022, was long-listed for the David MacLennan Prize (Oran Mor/Play, Pie and a Pint). (February 2023)

Chris McQueer

Chris McQueer is a 26-year-old writer from the east end of Glasgow. His first collection of short stories 'Hings' was published last summer by 404 Ink, and his work has been described as, 'Limmy meets Irvine Welsh.' (March 2018, February 2019, March 2019, March 2020)

Hannah Elizabeth Morton 

Hannah Elizabeth Morton is a young comedy actress and writer. She performs and writes with all-female comedy sketch group Witsherface and loves performing in children's theatre shows with Kapow Theatre Scotland. (April 2017)

Alan Muir

Alan is a playwright from Cumbernauld who has written for Short Attention Span Theatre and A Play, A Pie and a Pint at the Oran Mor, Glasgow. Previous works include Acquiesce (SAST), Scabby King (SAST), The Greatest (PPP), Losing the Rag (PPP) and Merry Christmas, Mr Marshall (PPP). He recently took part in the East by West UK/US Playwright Exchange. (May 2020, June 2020, September 2023)

Tom Murray

Tom Murray is a playwright, poet, fiction writer, editor, creative writing tutor living in the Scottish Borders. His recent plays include: Yes/No monologues which he performed at the Duns PlayFest 2019. He is currently Open Book Lead Reader in the Scottish Borders.  (October 2018, January 2019, April 2019, May 2019, June 2019, December 2019, May 2020)

Eve Nicol 

Eve is a theatre director and playwright from Glasgow. Recent work includes the UK tour of her debut play, One Life Stand with the award-winning Middle Child, and developing The Drift a spoken word show by poet Hannah Lavery for National Theatre of Scotland and Tron Creative. As an Assistant Director, she has worked with Orla O'Loughlin at the Traverse (What Girls Are Made Of​), Wils Wilson and Janice Parker (The Hour We Knew Nothing Of Each Other), and David Greig at The Lyceum, Edinburgh (Glory on Earth), and Andy Arnold at The Tron, Glasgow (Cock). In 2019 Eve will be working on new projects with The Lyceum and Old Vic, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Tron Theatre and the National Theatre of Scotland. (January 2019)

Catherine Noble

Catherine Noble is a Glaswegian writer, shortlisted for the Scottish Book Trust New Writers Award 2012/13. She is currently writing her first novel, and documents her writing journey on her blog (July 2015)

Lorenzo Novani

Lorenzo Novani has written two monologues, Cracked Tiles and Loving the Enemy, which he performs himself.  He is tackling some big important themes in his new writing: war, climate change, famine, global warming, diversity, and vegans. He believes “the world is suffering as a result of a lack of good theatre”. His new play, Sticks and Stones, will be showing in public soon. Meanwhile, he's back hogging the stage in May with a few performances of Cracked Tiles as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival. (March 2020)

Felix O'Brien 

Felix is a London-based Scottish actor, writer, singer, director and card-carrying ukulele hipster twat. He graduated from The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) with BA(Hons) in Acting in Summer 2012. This is the fourth play he has written for Short Attention Span Theatre. (January 2019, May 2019, June 2019, November 2019, December 2019)

Conor O’Loughlin

Conor is an Irish playwright who has been based in Scotland for the last 8 years. He was one of the 2016 Mentored Playwrights at the Playwrights’ Studio Scotland, and his work has been performed at venues including the Traverse, Tron and the CCA. (May 2019)

Chris Patrick

Graduating from the University of Glasgow, Chris is the author of two short story collections, his first novel, The Quest For Perfection (Is A Damn Fine Thing) two short novellas, The Face In the Sky and Election Night: Hopefully Not Based On True Events. Chris also has a short story featured in the horror anthology Twisted50, the number one bestseller which knocked Stephen King off the top spot on the Amazon Best Seller list. Most recently, he has written and directed 10 sketches for BBC The Social, with a combined audience of over half a million views. Creator of the Toasted Fiction Theatre podcast series, Chris has been mentored by BAFTA Award-Winning David Cosgrove, Johnny McKnight and is one of the Scottish Youth Theatres Young Writers and Youth Theatre Arts Scotland Young Arts Leaders. @dancingtoaster (May 2020)

Peter Paterson

I am an actor and writer. I studied and gained an HND in Acting and Performance at Coatbridge College. Most of my Acting has been through Airdrie Arts Guild Drama Group where I have built a strong reputation with shows in Airdrie Town Hall. I have also worked with independent companies such as Arts Enigma, Our Time Theatre Company and Half Wits Theatre Company with a variety of Stage Work and short films. I am best known for character-driven performances and excellent comedy timing. I am a tremendously versatile Actor with years of experience in live performance. I am also a keen writer and have written several plays, the latest of which, "The Booth", sold out a three-night run at East Kilbride Arts Centre and two nights at the Tudor Hotel in Airdrie I have also written two short plays which have been accepted by SLLC these plays will be playing back to back in one evening at East Kilbride Arts Centre in June 2024. I am also working on another short play. (February 2024)

Carl Pickard 

Carl is a volunteer in a charity shop where he is known as ‘The Toy Master’. He has also been known to work in ladies' clothes. (June 2018, November 2018, May 2019, June 2019, April 2020, February 2024)

Cormac Quinn 

Cormac Quinn is a Glasgow-based writer, originally from Galway in Ireland, who has worked for television and theatre. His television credits include Raven: The Dragon's Eye for BBC. Cormac has also worked with Gael Media for the Irish Language Broadcasters TG4. (April 2017, December 2017)

Sarah Jane Quinn 

Sarah's first foray into scriptwriting was when she opted to write a full-length play script for her dissertation while studying for an English degree at Strathclyde University. Her short comedic film Santa's Grotty was made in November 2017. (March 2018)

Julie Rea

Julie won the Scottish Book Trust Next Chapter Award 2017 and was shortlisted for Moniack Mhor’s Emerging Writer Award 2018 and a Cove Park Writer Residency. Her fiction has been published, or is forthcoming, in several literary journals, including ‘New Writing Scotland’, ‘From Glasgow To Saturn’, ‘Chicago Literati’, ‘Jellyfish Review’ and ‘Razur Cuts’. Julie is currently being mentored by the writer Janice Galloway. (June 2018, January 2019, April 2019, November 2019, April 2020)

David F. Ross

David F. Ross was born in Glasgow in 1964. His debut novel The Last Days of Disco was longlisted for the Author’s Club Best First Novel Award, and received exceptional critical acclaim, as did the other two books in the Disco Days Trilogy – The Rise & Fall of the Miraculous Vespas and The Man Who Loved Islands. His fifth novel, There’s Only One Danny Garvey, topped several Best of the Year lists, and was shortlisted for the Saltire Scottish Fiction Book of the Year 2021. He is a regular contributor to Nutmeg Magazine and in 2020 he wrote the screenplay to the film Miraculous, based on his novel. David’s newest book, Dashboard Elvis Is Dead, is out now. You can find David at his website or his Twitter(November 2019, February 2023)

Elle Seivwright  

Elle has worked with theatre companies that include Theatre Rapture, Borderline, Cutting Edge, Baldy Bane and Hopscotch. (November 2016)

Elissa Soave

Elissa Soave is a Scottish writer whose work has appeared in a number of print and online publications, including Structo, the Glasgow Review of Books, Open Pen, Gutter and New Writing Scotland. She has had work performed at the CCA and shortlisted for performance at Liars League. She is looking for a home for her first novel while she works on her second. (November 2018, January 2019, April 2019)

Katie Sproull

Katie Sproull is a Glaswegian playwright, charity worker, and a semi-expert in biblical beheadings. Her plays are usually queer/LGBT themed, but she is excited to present a work from the Kate Bush genre. (After all, queer women tend to love Kate Bush... well, this one does.) (May 2019)

Diane Stewart

Diane is a playwright currently based in Fife. Her work has been performed at the Traverse Theatre (including Fringe 2019), Outwith Festival, Theatre Royal York and by the Lyceum Youth Theatre, amongst others. Diane was part of Playwrights’ Studio Scotland Mentoring Programme for 2019. (May 2020)

Jane Sunderland 

Jane Sunderland is a new playwright from Edinburgh. She is particularly interested in writing plays about women, actual, fictional, living and from the past. (April 2017, June 2018)

Gregory Vines

Gregory Vines writes scripts for stage, TV and film including 53%, Looking for Jolene, Unclaimed and Where to Belong. (May 2019)

Richy Walsh

Richy Walsh is a video production artist from Glasgow, he has been writing and directing since 2013. (April 2017)

John Wilde

John Wilde is a writer and performer who also trained in visual arts. John also creates sound pieces and is working on directing three short plays in the autumn. (May 2019, June 2019)

Gail Winters

Gail Winters is a Glaswegian writer of poetry, prose, and plays. Her work has been included in a variety of Anthologies and can be found online, including Short Attention Span Theatre company’s May monologues 2020 - Stella Queen of the Streets, Script to Stage Renfrewshire – Second Chance 2021 and A Play, A Pie, and A Pint 3-minute play Bed Space 2021. She was recently Long Listed for the Play, Pie, and Pint David MacLennan Playwriting Award 2022. She has been performing some of her stories and poems at numerous venues and festivals over the past few years and participates within community writing groups. Gail is a member of the Board for the Scottish Writers Centre and participates within their steering group. (May 2020, February 2023, February 2024)

Other writers whom we don’t have a bio for are - Sian Bevan (October 2019), Tory Gray (January 2020), Calum Hodgson (January 2020), Joseph Hollas (May 2019), Lindsay Miller (January 2019), Luca Serra (January 2020), Gary Miller (January 2020) and Daniel Winterstein (January 2020).