SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Allan Scott

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January 02, 2020
So long as the Big Things are right, we can ignore the niggles, the little but regular annoyances which keep me from dropping off at night. I am a cradle Catholic brought up in the schools of harder knocks (or Knox?) and there are still a handful of things to get off my chest. I
February 21, 2019
Ten years ago I devised a stage musical based on the film Priscilla Queen of the Desert. We developed the script in a workshop in Melbourne where everyone was invited to suggest ideas, songs and scenes. A most relaxing kind of writing ensued where the author simply jotted down the best notions. My favourite was:
January 24, 2019
This is a true story, the details set out as accurately as knowledge and memory permit Peter was born in Thurso, the most northerly town on mainland Britain, where the wind and the turbulent waters of the Pentland Firth carved the rugged geography of the coast. He was subsequently brought up in a large happy
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