New poetry; Patti Smith; Israeli dance

For our first post of 2011, NLP delves into the interstices of culture to deliver an eclectic array of new writing and review.  Editor-at-large Zoë Green watched rock legend Patti Smith in an in-depth interview with Geoff Dyer. This event was also observed by our lucky competition winner, Will Peach. Read Zoë’s review of this Intelligence Squared … Continue reading

Patti Smith Competition

2011 is a big year for NLP. With a slew of talks and readings across Scotland in the summer months to coincide with our first ‘hard copy’ magazine, we are starting the year with a bang by running a competition to win tickets to see Patti Smith in London. Patti Smith will be talking about … Continue reading

Art and Africa

The iPad is proving to be a genuine contender in the arsenal of the serious artist, as vouched for by the likes of David Hockney.  In the Arts section, Edinburgh based artist Ross Macgregor examines the history of the medium and the possibilities it offers in his very own iPad Review. The words are illustrated … Continue reading

A feast for all

Busy times at NLP: click the Travel tab above to read about the Berlin lakes, a tranquil retreat from the city investigated by Zoe Green and accompanied by photos from Lisa Khanna. The novelist Sophie Cooke visited the No Fit State circus at the Edinburgh Festival and reports back for NLP on a fascinating experience … Continue reading

Letters Unsent: new poetry by Zoe Green

In delinquent pleasure we Eat the moon away which at  Ten o’clock hangs heavy in the sky, Veined and marbled as a gourd…. New Linear Perspectives is delighted to bring you Letters Unsent, a commanding new collection of poems by  Zoe Green, exploring the complexities of intimacy, betrayal and regret. Read the full collection HERE.