Greg Moodie is a writer and graphic designer with an impressively ludicrous CV and a poor recollection of virtually everything on it. Technically Dundonian, he says he graduated from the city’s Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art ‘before the invention of fire’ but that, like Vegas, what happened there stayed there. He has two novels under his belt but has vowed to give up shoplifting from now on. You may regret this introduction.


The Pretenderendum

The Pretenderendum

When First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced a second independence referendum, the reaction from the unionist branch managers bordered on hysteria. Douglas Ross called it a 'pretend referendum' and said the Tories would boycott it. Previously, Murdo Fraser had inadvertently made an excellent case for independence. And Gordon Brown was wheeled out once again, for no apparent purpose. read more


MoodieVision – The Documentary

MoodieVision was originally to be called ‘TubaTube’ and was intended by its creators Alistair Darling and Blair MacDougall as the follow-up to the hugely successful ‘Patronising BT Lady’. Here, the MoodieVision Two explain how it came about.. read more


The Tony Boaks Archive

The Tony Boaks Archive

Between 2008 and 2013, I wrote a blog called Tony Boaks' Despairing Notes, which became the kick-off point for two novels. I would write daily posts and once I had a feel for the direction a story was going in, I would continue writing offline and turn it into something bigger. This is the collection of archived blog posts. read more



Poetic Licence

'Poetic Licence' is my first exhibition of paintings, on display at the Scottish Poetry Library just off Edinburgh's Royal Mile from July 4th to October 12th. It features 12 Scottish poets of note in acrylic, collage and silkscreen depictions. The exhibition also contains a brand new version of Alexander Moffat’s legendary painting 'Poets Pub'. read more

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