Thursday, April 27, 2017
Catriona Lamb on the new Music is Love, Inklight and Art Society collaboration happening free in the Barron tonight.
Lokál Dlouhááá is a rare kind of restaurant, one without pretention, that's all about the food and people you share it with.
The Saint meets with the anonymous founders of St Andrews newest and most intriguing satirical paper, The Nibble.
Natasha Franks profiles the anonymous author behind Shiteshead Revisited, the town's premier voice of satire.
The winning piece from the Frank Muir prize

The Poet and the Rock Star

Photo credit: University of St Andrews  Two Pauls, both virtuosos of words and music, took to the stage for performances and an intimate conversation at the Byre Theatre on Wednesday November 4th for the kick-off event of the new artists series at St. Andrews, Soundings. Paul Muldoon opened the night by reading several poems and songs, the latter coming from his...
Tristram Fane Saunders is charmed and entertained by Clive James's chatty Lit. Crit.
Poets and photographers respond to new scientific research at the University, as part of Robert Crawford and Norman McBeath's 'Light Box' project, celebrating the 2015 UNESCO International Year of Light. Crawford and other writers will be reading their work at 5.30PM, Thursday 9th April, in the School of Physics and Astronomy

StAnza 2015 Live Feed

Scotland's largest poetry festival is already under way. The Saint is your go-to site for news on StAnza, the biggest event in our town's literary calendar. Check this page throughout the weekend for reviews, photography, exclusive interviews and more.
Michael Grieve and Alexandra Julienne receive 1st and 2nd place in The Saint's first annual poetry competition