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A Brief Note on Wednesday


Wednesday’s interview for the Scottish Book Trust mentoring scheme seemed to go well, but I’m not really one to read aright the entrails of a 40-minute chat with two strangers, so who knows what the outcome will be? Two SBT staff grilled me in the nicest manner possible about my “project”, my expectations of being mentored and any impediments to my participation. I applied for a mentor to spur me on to finishing off a full collection of poetry, which is also why I went on last week’s Arvon. There are only five places on this round of the programme, so I’ll be extremely pleased with myself if I get one, but it feels like these opportunities are coming along at the right time. I don’t know when I’ll hear, as there were a few people who couldn’t make Wednesday’s interviews and no decisions will be made until after they’ve been grilled. Time to get those tenterhooks out.

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