Professor Louise Welsh

  • Professor of Creative Writing (English Literature)

Research interests

Research interests

Louise Welsh works in several forms including novels, short stories, opera libretti, performance and sound art. Louise enjoys exploring and crossing genres and has collaborated with poets, composers, architects, visual artists, theatre directors and actors. Recent interdisciplinary projects have included explorations of Scotland’s relationship with the North Atlantic slave trade, its history and how contemporary society confronts and acknowledges it. A frequent broadcaster, she has written and presented radio features on many topics including Scottish history, gothic, Robert Louis Stevenson and contemporary art.  Her ongoing interests include pandemics, performance, gothic literature, crime fiction and ghost stories.  

Biography

Louise Welsh has a long relationship with the University of Glasgow. She graduated MA (Hons) in history in 1990 and gained a MLitt in Creative Writing (Distinction) in 2000 from the Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde. Louise was writer in residence for University of Glasgow and Glasgow School of Art from November 2010 to April 2012.

Louise is the author of seven novels, most recently Death is a Welcome Guest (John Murray 2015). She has written many short stories and articles and is the author of three plays. She has edited volumes of prose and poetry and contributed to various journals and anthologies.  She is the editor of Yonder Awa, a collection of poetry on the theme of Scotland and the North Atlantic slave trade by Scottish and Caribbean writers and Ghost a collection of one hundred ghost stories from Pliny the Younger to James Robertson (Head of Zeus, 2015). Louise has presented over thirty features for BBC Radio including, Scotland’s Plague Years (BBC Radio Scotland) Bannockburn Begins (BBC Radio 3) and Welsh’s Scottish Journey (BBC Radio 4). Other radio appearances include BBC Radio 4: Open Book, A Good Read, Saturday Review, Front Row, Women’s Hour; BBC Radio 3: The Verb, Night Waves; BBC Radio Scotland: The Culture Café, Fred McAulay Show, Breaking the News.

Louise has received numerous awards and international fellowships, including an Honorary Doctor of Arts from Edinburgh Napier University and an honorary fellowship from the University of Iowa’s International Writing Program. She wrote the libretto for the opera Ghost Patrol, music by Stuart MacRae, a co-production between Scottish Opera and Music Theatre Wales, which premiered at 2012’s Edinburgh International Festival before going on a nine city tour. The production won a Southbank/Sky Arts Award and was shortlisted for an Olivier Award.

In 2014 Louise was co-founder and director (with Jude Barber) of the Empire Café, an award winning, multi-disciplinary exploration of Scotland’s relationship with the North Atlantic slave trade. The project was included in the City of Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games Cultural Programme.

Louise has written the libretto for the forthcoming production of a new opera The Devil Inside, music by Stuart MacRae, a joint Scottish Opera/Music Theatre Wales production which will tour in 2016.

She is Honorary President of the Ullapool Book Festival.

Learn more about Louise Welsh at www.louisewelsh.com or follow her on twitter @louisewelsh00

Projects

 Forthcoming projects include:

  • A new novel, the third and final volume of the Plague Times Trilogy.
  • A new collaboration with Jude Barber of Collective Architecture on a fresh incarnation of the Empire Café, a multi-disciplinary project exploring wealth distribution and land ownership
  • A BBC Radio Scotland feature exploring the devil in Scottish literature

Grants

Selected Grants, Residencies and Invitations

Louise was co-founder and director of The Empire Café http://www.empire-cafe.org/about (in collaboration with Jude Barber of Collective Architecture) a 2014 Commonwealth Games Project.

The Empire Café attracted grants totalling over £135 000. Funders included Creative Scotland, Glasgow Life, British Council, National Lottery, 14:18 NOW, RCAHMS, Edinburgh International Book Festival.

Merchant City Voices http://www.collectivearchitecture.com/projects/merchant-city-voices sound art collaboration with Jude Barber of Collective Architecture exploring Glasgow and the North Atlantic slave trade, was funded by a grant of £15000 from Glasgow Life (2012)

 Residencies include:

  • International Artists’ Residency, Cove Park (2012)
  • Writer in Residence, University of Glasgow and Glasgow School of Art (2010–12)
  • Fellow in Writing, University of Iowa’s International Writers’ Programme (2011)
  • Villa Hellebosch, Vollezele, Flanders (2009)
  • Civitella Ranieri Foundation Fellowship, Umbria, Italy (2008)
  • Internationales Künstlerhaus, Villa Concordia, Bamberg, Germany (2006-07)
  • Gibraltar Point Centre for the Arts, Toronto Island, Canada (2005)
  • Hawthornden Fellowship (2005)
  • Robert Louis Stevenson Memorial Award (2003) 

Additional information

Publications:

Novels:

•             Death is a Welcome Guest, John Murray Publishing (2015)

•             A Lovely Way to Burn, John Murray Publishing (2014)

•             The Girl on the Stairs, John Murray Publishing (2012)

•             Naming the Bones, Canongate Books (2010)

•             The Bullet Trick, Canongate Books (2006)

•             Tamburlaine Must Die, Canongate Books (2004)

•             The Cutting Room, Canongate Books (2002)

 

Editor:

•             Ghost, One Hundred Stories to Read with the Lights On, Head of Zeus Publishing (Oct 2015)

•             Yonder Awa, Poetry from the Empire Café, Collection of eighteen poems exploring Scotland and the North Atlantic slave trade commissioned from Caribbean and Scottish poets (2014)

•             Best Scottish Poems 2012 (with Zoë Strachan) Scottish Poetry Library (2013)

•             Tip Tap Flat, A View of Glasgow (with student editorial board) an anthology of Glasgow themed creative writing and graphics from staff and students at Glasgow School of Art and University of Glasgow, Freight Books (2012)

Introductions, Prefaces and Afterwords:

•             Graham Fagan, Scotland & Venice Catalogue, Venice Biennale (2015)

•             Generation, 25 Years of Contemporary Scottish Art, National Galleries of Scotland (2014)

•             Dead Sharp, interviews with crime writers, Ed. Len Wanner, Two Ravens Press (2011)

•             Fighting It, short stories by Regi Claire, Two Ravens Press (2009)

•             Sub Rosa a play by David Leddy, Fairplay Press (2009)

•             Selected Short Stories by DH Lawrence, Ed. Sue Wilson, Penguin Books (2007)

•             Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson, Canongate Books (2007) 

•             Live and Let Die by Ian Fleming, Penguin Books (2006)

Plays

 •            The Importance of Being Alfred published in Short Scottish Plays (Nick Hearne Books, 2010)

Selected Articles, Features and Reviews:  

•             ‘A Book that Changed Me’, The Guardian (August 2015) http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/aug/11/maya-angelou-caged-bird-poetry-power

•             Programme Notes for Titus Andronicus, directed by Stewart Laing for Dundee Rep (2015)

•             Review of Anne Rice’s Brat Prince Lestat, The Guardian (October 2014) http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/oct/31/prince-lestat-anne-rice-review

•             Review of Kerry Hudson’s Thirst, The Guardian (July 2014)

                http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/jul/26/thirst-by-kerry-hudson-review-working-class-heroes

•             Mary Queen of Scots Monologue, ‘Dear Scotland’ http://www.nationaltheatrescotland.com/content/default.asp?page=home_DearScotland National Theatre of Scotland/Scottish National Portrait Gallery (April 2014)

•             Review of Tom Rob Smith’s The Farm, The Guardian (5th February 2014)

                http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/feb/05/farm-tom-rob-smith-review

•             On the Edge, Review of The Quarry by Iain Banks, Book of the Week, The Times (15th June 2013)

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/arts/books/fiction/article3790559.ece

•             Review of The Dinner by Herman Koch, The Guardian (18th August 2012)

http://www.theguardian.com/books/2012/aug/17/the-dinner-herman-koch-review

•             ‘No Jetpacks, No Future?’ Second Lives, Cargo/University of Pittsburgh (July 2012)

•             ‘Gothic Edinburgh’, Podcast for The Guardian (19th August 2011) http://www.theguardian.com/books/audio/2011/aug/19/guardian-books-podcast-gothic-edinburgh

•             ‘Rigoletto – Beauty and the Beasts’, Scottish Opera Website (April 2011) https://www.scottishopera.org.uk/our-operas/a-writers-guide-to-rigoletto

•             Review of Night Waking by Sarah Moss, Financial Times (27th February 2011)

•             ‘James Pryde, the Edgar Allan Poe of Painting’, The Bottle Imp, Association of Scottish Literary Studies E-zine (Nov 2009) http://www.arts.gla.ac.uk/ScotLit/ASLS/SWE/TBI/TBIIssue6/Welsh.html

•             ‘Arthur Conan Doyle’s Other Lost World’, Guardian.co.uk (25th May 2009) http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/belief/2009/may/22/conan-doyle-paranormal

•             ‘Robert Louis Stevenson and the Theatre of the Brain’, Journal of Stevenson Studies, Vol. 5, Ed. Prof Roderick Watson, Centre for Scottish Studies, University of Stirling (Jan 2009 )

•             ‘Murder They Wrote; Death of the Amateur Detective?’ Financial Times, (23rd August 2008)

•             ‘The Memory Man’, review of The Man Without by Ray Robinson, The Guardian (9th August 2008) http://www.theguardian.com/books/2008/aug/09/fiction6

Selected Short Stories:

•             The Face at the Window, E-book anthology of three short ghost stories, John Murray (2014)

•             ‘Dear Soldier’ http://www.1418now.org.uk/letter/louise-welsh/ Eds. Neil Bartlett and Kate Pullinger, William Collins (2014)

•             ‘Anyone Who Had a Heart’ (with Zoë Strachan) ‘Glasgow Women’s Library 21 Revolutions’, Freight Books (2014)

•             ‘The Face at the Window, the Wave of the Hand’, BBC Radio 4 (2013) Anthologised in ‘Out There’, ed. Zoë Strachan, Freight Books (2014)

•             ‘An Attempt at Exhausting a Scene in Glasgow’, Clockworks (2012)

•             ‘The Queen of Craigilee’, BBC Radio 4 (17th August 2011)

•             ‘Realm of the Census’, BBC Radio 4 (24th March 2011)

•             ‘Christmas Spirits’ (with Zoë Strachan) The Sunday Herald (December 2010)

•             ‘Hootennany’s’, BBC Radio 3 (October 2010)

•             ‘Reflections in Unna’, Mords Metropole Rhur, Mord am Hellwig V, Anthology (Grafit, Germany, 2010) Ox-Crimes Anthology in support of Oxfam (2014)

•             ‘Vanishing Point’, Edinburgh Festival Elsewhere online anthology (June 2010) print version (         2012)

•             ‘The Night Highway’, Oxtales, Anthology in support of Oxfam (June 2009)

•             ‘A Simple Life’, commissioned by the Aye Write! Glasgow Literary Festival (March 2009)

•             ‘The Best Small Country in the World’, BBC Radio 4 (6th Feb 2008) anthologised in Shattered, Polygon Books ( 2009) anthologised in The Mammoth Book of Best British Crime, Constable & Robinson (2011)

•             ‘Graveyard Shift’, The Verb, BBC Radio 3 (January 31st 2007)

 

Louise has appeared at numerous international book festivals including: Edinburgh International Book Festival, Comedie du Livres, Montpellier, Nuremberg International Krimi Festival, Prairie Lights, Iowa City, Beijing International Bookworm Festival, Melbourne Authors’ Festival, International Festival of Authors, Harbourfront, Toronto, Chengdu International Bookworm Festival, La Villa Gillet, Lyon, Brisbane Book Festival, Bowery Poetry Club, New York, Lahti International Writers’ Reunion Finland, Brno, Czech Republic, Vancouver Writers’ and Readers’ Festival . . .

She has also given keynotes lectures and invited talks: National Library of Scotland, University of St Andrews, Scottish Parliament, University of Strathclyde, Tate Britain, Glasgow School of Art, University of Edinburgh, GOMA, Faculty of Advocates . . .

Publications

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2015

Welsh, L. (2015) Review of Tom Rob Smith’s 'The Farm'. Guardian, 5 Feb. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2015) Death is a Welcome Guest. Series: Plague times trilogy, 2. John Murray: London. ISBN 9781848546547

Welsh, L. (2015) Ghost. Head of Zeus: London. ISBN 9781784080174 (In Press)

Welsh, L. (2015) Introductory interview: Graham Fagan's Scotland and Venice Catalogue. [Exhibitions]

Welsh, L. (2015) A Lovely Way to Burn. Series: Plague times trilogy, 1. John Murray: London. ISBN 9781848546530

Welsh, L. (2015) An attempt at exhausting a scene in Glasgow. In: Clockworks. UNSPECIFIED. (In Press)

Welsh, L. (2015) The face at the window. In: Murray, J. (ed.) Anthology of Three Short Ghost Stories. UNSPECIFIED. (In Press)

2014

Welsh, L. (2014) Prince Lestat by Anne Rice review - blood drinkers with iPhones; Rice's vampires take on the digital age but have they bitten off more than they can chew? Guardian, 31 Oct. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2014) Hard-up in Hackney: Louise Welsh admires a tough tale of trafficking and tentative romance: Thirst by Kerry Hudson. Guardian, 26 Jul. [Book Review]

Strachan, Z., and Welsh, L. (2014) Anyone Who Had a Heart. In: Patrick, A. (ed.) 21 Revolutions. Glasgow Women's Library / Freight Books. ISBN 9781908754448

Arnott, P. et al. (2014) Dear Scotland. [Performance]

Welsh, L. (2014) Dear soldier. In: Pullinger, K. and Bartlett, N. (eds.) Letter To An Unknown Soldier: A New Kind of War Memorial Made By Thousands Of People. William Collins: London. ISBN 9780008116842

Welsh, L. (2014) Introduction: absent voices, absent visions. In: Jeffrey, M. (ed.) Generation: 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland. Trustees of the National Galleries of Scotland and Glasgow Life: Edinburgh, pp. 9-11. ISBN 9781906270728

Welsh, L. (2014) Reflections in Unna. In: Florence, P. and Ellingham, M. (eds.) OxCrimes. Profile Books: London. ISBN 9781781250648

Welsh, L. (2014) Yonder Awa, Poetry from the Empire Café. Collective Architecture Ltd.: Glasgow. ISBN 9780957502611

Welsh, L. (2014) The face at the window, the wave of the hand. In: Strachan, Z. (ed.) Out There. Freight Books: Glasgow, pp. 243-249. ISBN 9781908754684

2013

Welsh, L. (2013) 'On the edge': review of The Quarry by Iain Banks. Times, 15 Jun. [Book Review]

Strachan, Z. and Welsh, L., (Eds.) (2013) Best Scottish Poems 2012. Scottish Poetry Library: Edinburgh.

2012

Welsh, L. (2012) Review of The Dinner by Herman Koch. Guardian, 18 Aug. [Book Review]

Bell, H., Cizakca, D., Sills, G. and Welsh, L., (Eds.) (2012) Tip Tap Flat, A View of Glasgow. Freight Books: Glasgow. ISBN 9781908754066

Welsh, L. (2012) The Girl On The Stairs. John Murray: London. ISBN 9781848546509

Welsh, L. (2012) No jetpacks, no future. In: Bernstein, J. and Glass, R. (eds.) Second Lives: Tales From Two Cities. Cargo: Glasgow. ISBN 9781908885029

Welsh, L. (2012) Vanishing point. In: Smith, A., Doyle, R. and Morpurgo, M. (eds.) Elsewhere Box Set. Cargo Publishing. ISBN 9781908885098

2011

Welsh, L. (2011) The Queen of Craigilee. [Audio]

Welsh, L. (2011) Strange Case: review of The Possession of Dr Forrest by Richard T Kelly. Financial Times, 21 May. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2011) Realm of the Census. [Audio]

Welsh, L. (2011) Night Waking by Sarah Moss. Financial Times, 27 Feb. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2011) Anthologised. In: Jakubowski, M. (ed.) The Mammoth Book of Best British Crime. Robinson: London. ISBN 9781849015677

Welsh, L. (2011) Darkness in the beyond. In: Wanner, L. (ed.) Dead Sharp: Scottish Crime Writers On Country and Craft. Two Ravens Press: Isle of Lewis. ISBN 9781906120580

2010

Strachan, Z., and Welsh, L. (2010) Festive spirits. Sunday Herald, 17 Dec,

Welsh, L., and Strachan, Z. (2010) Christmas spirits. Sunday Herald, Dec.

Welsh, L. (2010) 'Dreadful harvest', review of Harbour by John Ajvide Lindqvist. Financial Times, 2 Oct. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2010) Hootennany’s. [Audio]

Welsh, L. (2010) A simple life. Gutter, 3,

Welsh, L. (2010) Naming the Bones. Canongate: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781847672568

Welsh, L. (2010) The importance of being Alfred. In: Howard, P. (ed.) Scottish Shorts. Nick Hern Books: London, pp. 239-265. ISBN 9781848420700

2009

Welsh, L. (2009) A Hombre with a Gun, review of Your Face Tomorrow Vol. 3, by Javier Marías. Financial Times, Nov. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2009) Arthur Conan Doyle's other lost world. Guardian, 24 May.

Welsh, L. (2009) Anthologised. In: Anderson, L. (ed.) Shattered: Every Crime Has A Victim. Polygon: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781846971273

Welsh, L. (2009) Introduction. In: Regi, C. (ed.) Fighting It. Two Ravens Press: Lochbroom. ISBN 9781906120412

Welsh, L. (2009) The night highway. In: Kennedy, A., Bainbridge, B., Adebayo, D., Simpson, H., Fielding, H., Shamsie, K., Welsh, L. and Seth, V. (eds.) Ox-Tales : Air: Original Stories From Remarkable Writers. Series: Ox-tales (2). GreenProfile: London. ISBN 9781846682612

2008

Welsh, L. (2008) Murder they wrote; death of the amateur detective. Financial Times, 23 Aug.

Welsh, L. (2008) The memory man: review of The Man Without by Ray Robinso. Guardian, 9 Aug. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2008) The Best Small Country in the World. [Audio]

Welsh, L. (2008) 'On a Knife Edge', Origins of the Legend of Sweeney Todd. Guardian, 20 Jan. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2008) Introduction. In: Leddy, D. (ed.) Sub Rosa. Fairplay Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781906220273

Welsh, L. (2008) The Rings o’ Brodgar and Stennis. [Exhibitions]

Welsh, L. (2008) Robert Louis Stevenson and the Theatre of the Brain. Journal of Stevenson Studies, 5,

Welsh, L. (2008) Young Lochinvar. Sampark: Journal of Global Understanding, 10,

2007

Welsh, L. (2007) Wrath - Scotland’s seven deadly sins. Sunday Herald, 12 Aug.

Welsh, L. (2007) Graveyard Shift. [Audio]

Welsh, L. (2007) Introduction. In: Lawrence, D.H. and Wilson, S. (eds.) Selected stories. Series: 9780141441658. Penguin: London.

2006

Welsh, L. (2006) Willy’s List. [Audio]

Welsh, L. (2006) Franco and uncle Marcus. Celtic View, 41(28),

Welsh, L. (2006) The Bullet Trick. Canongate: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781841958903

Welsh, L. (2006) My funeral. In: Pelling, R., Hodsdon, A. and Doyle, J. (eds.) The Decadent Handbook. Dedalus: Sawtry. ISBN 9781903517307

Welsh, L. (2006) Young Lochinvar. In: Lacuesta, S. and Davidson, T. (eds.) Latitude: Writing From The Philippines And Scotland. Anvil Publishing. ISBN 9789712717259

2005

Strachan, Z., and Welsh, L. (2005) The last ticket. Herald, 30 Aug,

Welsh, L. (2005) 10.15 to Bucharest. [Audio]

Welsh, L. (2005) Torchlight. Chapman, 107,

2004

Welsh, L. (2004) God and fortune. Sunday Herald, 6 Jun.

Welsh, L. (2004) Belle and Sylvie. Erotic Review, 59,

Welsh, L. (2004) Annunciation. In: Searle, A. (ed.) The Knuckle End: A Meaty Collection Of The Best New Writing In Scotland. Freight Books: Glasgow. ISBN 9780954402426

Welsh, L. (2004) Tamburlaine Must Die. Canongate: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781841956046

Welsh, L. (2004) Young Lochinvar. V & A Magazine(Spring),

Welsh, L. (2004) Young Lochinvar. Big Issue,

Welsh, L. (2004) Young Lochinvar. In: Büchlerová, A. and Klimentová, E. (eds.) Ztráty A Nálezy: Povídky Skotských Spisovatelek. One Woman Press: Praha. ISBN 9788086356365

2002

Welsh, L. (2002) The Cutting Room. Canongate: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780857860866

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Number of items: 68.

Articles

Strachan, Z., and Welsh, L. (2010) Festive spirits. Sunday Herald, 17 Dec,

Welsh, L., and Strachan, Z. (2010) Christmas spirits. Sunday Herald, Dec.

Welsh, L. (2010) A simple life. Gutter, 3,

Welsh, L. (2009) Arthur Conan Doyle's other lost world. Guardian, 24 May.

Welsh, L. (2008) Murder they wrote; death of the amateur detective. Financial Times, 23 Aug.

Welsh, L. (2008) Robert Louis Stevenson and the Theatre of the Brain. Journal of Stevenson Studies, 5,

Welsh, L. (2008) Young Lochinvar. Sampark: Journal of Global Understanding, 10,

Welsh, L. (2007) Wrath - Scotland’s seven deadly sins. Sunday Herald, 12 Aug.

Welsh, L. (2006) Franco and uncle Marcus. Celtic View, 41(28),

Strachan, Z., and Welsh, L. (2005) The last ticket. Herald, 30 Aug,

Welsh, L. (2005) Torchlight. Chapman, 107,

Welsh, L. (2004) God and fortune. Sunday Herald, 6 Jun.

Welsh, L. (2004) Belle and Sylvie. Erotic Review, 59,

Welsh, L. (2004) Young Lochinvar. V & A Magazine(Spring),

Welsh, L. (2004) Young Lochinvar. Big Issue,

Books

Welsh, L. (2015) Death is a Welcome Guest. Series: Plague times trilogy, 2. John Murray: London. ISBN 9781848546547

Welsh, L. (2015) A Lovely Way to Burn. Series: Plague times trilogy, 1. John Murray: London. ISBN 9781848546530

Welsh, L. (2012) The Girl On The Stairs. John Murray: London. ISBN 9781848546509

Welsh, L. (2010) Naming the Bones. Canongate: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781847672568

Welsh, L. (2006) The Bullet Trick. Canongate: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781841958903

Welsh, L. (2004) Tamburlaine Must Die. Canongate: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781841956046

Welsh, L. (2002) The Cutting Room. Canongate: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780857860866

Book Sections

Welsh, L. (2015) An attempt at exhausting a scene in Glasgow. In: Clockworks. UNSPECIFIED. (In Press)

Welsh, L. (2015) The face at the window. In: Murray, J. (ed.) Anthology of Three Short Ghost Stories. UNSPECIFIED. (In Press)

Strachan, Z., and Welsh, L. (2014) Anyone Who Had a Heart. In: Patrick, A. (ed.) 21 Revolutions. Glasgow Women's Library / Freight Books. ISBN 9781908754448

Welsh, L. (2014) Dear soldier. In: Pullinger, K. and Bartlett, N. (eds.) Letter To An Unknown Soldier: A New Kind of War Memorial Made By Thousands Of People. William Collins: London. ISBN 9780008116842

Welsh, L. (2014) Introduction: absent voices, absent visions. In: Jeffrey, M. (ed.) Generation: 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland. Trustees of the National Galleries of Scotland and Glasgow Life: Edinburgh, pp. 9-11. ISBN 9781906270728

Welsh, L. (2014) Reflections in Unna. In: Florence, P. and Ellingham, M. (eds.) OxCrimes. Profile Books: London. ISBN 9781781250648

Welsh, L. (2014) The face at the window, the wave of the hand. In: Strachan, Z. (ed.) Out There. Freight Books: Glasgow, pp. 243-249. ISBN 9781908754684

Welsh, L. (2012) No jetpacks, no future. In: Bernstein, J. and Glass, R. (eds.) Second Lives: Tales From Two Cities. Cargo: Glasgow. ISBN 9781908885029

Welsh, L. (2012) Vanishing point. In: Smith, A., Doyle, R. and Morpurgo, M. (eds.) Elsewhere Box Set. Cargo Publishing. ISBN 9781908885098

Welsh, L. (2011) Anthologised. In: Jakubowski, M. (ed.) The Mammoth Book of Best British Crime. Robinson: London. ISBN 9781849015677

Welsh, L. (2011) Darkness in the beyond. In: Wanner, L. (ed.) Dead Sharp: Scottish Crime Writers On Country and Craft. Two Ravens Press: Isle of Lewis. ISBN 9781906120580

Welsh, L. (2010) The importance of being Alfred. In: Howard, P. (ed.) Scottish Shorts. Nick Hern Books: London, pp. 239-265. ISBN 9781848420700

Welsh, L. (2009) Anthologised. In: Anderson, L. (ed.) Shattered: Every Crime Has A Victim. Polygon: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781846971273

Welsh, L. (2009) Introduction. In: Regi, C. (ed.) Fighting It. Two Ravens Press: Lochbroom. ISBN 9781906120412

Welsh, L. (2009) The night highway. In: Kennedy, A., Bainbridge, B., Adebayo, D., Simpson, H., Fielding, H., Shamsie, K., Welsh, L. and Seth, V. (eds.) Ox-Tales : Air: Original Stories From Remarkable Writers. Series: Ox-tales (2). GreenProfile: London. ISBN 9781846682612

Welsh, L. (2008) Introduction. In: Leddy, D. (ed.) Sub Rosa. Fairplay Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781906220273

Welsh, L. (2007) Introduction. In: Lawrence, D.H. and Wilson, S. (eds.) Selected stories. Series: 9780141441658. Penguin: London.

Welsh, L. (2006) My funeral. In: Pelling, R., Hodsdon, A. and Doyle, J. (eds.) The Decadent Handbook. Dedalus: Sawtry. ISBN 9781903517307

Welsh, L. (2006) Young Lochinvar. In: Lacuesta, S. and Davidson, T. (eds.) Latitude: Writing From The Philippines And Scotland. Anvil Publishing. ISBN 9789712717259

Welsh, L. (2004) Annunciation. In: Searle, A. (ed.) The Knuckle End: A Meaty Collection Of The Best New Writing In Scotland. Freight Books: Glasgow. ISBN 9780954402426

Welsh, L. (2004) Young Lochinvar. In: Büchlerová, A. and Klimentová, E. (eds.) Ztráty A Nálezy: Povídky Skotských Spisovatelek. One Woman Press: Praha. ISBN 9788086356365

Book Reviews

Welsh, L. (2015) Review of Tom Rob Smith’s 'The Farm'. Guardian, 5 Feb. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2014) Prince Lestat by Anne Rice review - blood drinkers with iPhones; Rice's vampires take on the digital age but have they bitten off more than they can chew? Guardian, 31 Oct. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2014) Hard-up in Hackney: Louise Welsh admires a tough tale of trafficking and tentative romance: Thirst by Kerry Hudson. Guardian, 26 Jul. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2013) 'On the edge': review of The Quarry by Iain Banks. Times, 15 Jun. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2012) Review of The Dinner by Herman Koch. Guardian, 18 Aug. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2011) Strange Case: review of The Possession of Dr Forrest by Richard T Kelly. Financial Times, 21 May. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2011) Night Waking by Sarah Moss. Financial Times, 27 Feb. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2010) 'Dreadful harvest', review of Harbour by John Ajvide Lindqvist. Financial Times, 2 Oct. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2009) A Hombre with a Gun, review of Your Face Tomorrow Vol. 3, by Javier Marías. Financial Times, Nov. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2008) The memory man: review of The Man Without by Ray Robinso. Guardian, 9 Aug. [Book Review]

Welsh, L. (2008) 'On a Knife Edge', Origins of the Legend of Sweeney Todd. Guardian, 20 Jan. [Book Review]

Edited Books

Welsh, L. (2015) Ghost. Head of Zeus: London. ISBN 9781784080174 (In Press)

Welsh, L. (2014) Yonder Awa, Poetry from the Empire Café. Collective Architecture Ltd.: Glasgow. ISBN 9780957502611

Strachan, Z. and Welsh, L., (Eds.) (2013) Best Scottish Poems 2012. Scottish Poetry Library: Edinburgh.

Bell, H., Cizakca, D., Sills, G. and Welsh, L., (Eds.) (2012) Tip Tap Flat, A View of Glasgow. Freight Books: Glasgow. ISBN 9781908754066

Exhibitions

Welsh, L. (2015) Introductory interview: Graham Fagan's Scotland and Venice Catalogue. [Exhibitions]

Welsh, L. (2008) The Rings o’ Brodgar and Stennis. [Exhibitions]

Performance

Arnott, P. et al. (2014) Dear Scotland. [Performance]

Audio

Welsh, L. (2011) The Queen of Craigilee. [Audio]

Welsh, L. (2011) Realm of the Census. [Audio]

Welsh, L. (2010) Hootennany’s. [Audio]

Welsh, L. (2008) The Best Small Country in the World. [Audio]

Welsh, L. (2007) Graveyard Shift. [Audio]

Welsh, L. (2006) Willy’s List. [Audio]

Welsh, L. (2005) 10.15 to Bucharest. [Audio]

This list was generated on Tue May 3 12:05:24 2016 BST.