Liberties is a novel of 92,000 words written entirely in the Glaswegian/ west Scotland dialect of Scots. It deals with the everyday lives of working class people and their struggles with poverty, addiction and crime. It is the first work from a young Glasgow writer.
Extracts have been published in Lumpen Journal, The Selkie, and an anthology of radical prose, Ghosts of the Early Morning Shift, published by Culture Matters. An extract has also been accepted for New Writing Scotland 40, to be published this summer by The Association for Scottish Literature.