Below are a few links all of which we have some personal experience.

Hugh McMillan
Eleven collections of poetry including "Blash o God are available to purchase. Contact Hugh direct for more information and pricing.

Robert Campbell Henderson
Printmaking : Polaroid : Photography : Sculpture : Film

Atelier de Melusine
An artist led studio and gallery, located in central France. Exhibited " Blash o God in May 2019

Thomas Tosh Gallery Thornhill Scotland
Based in the old parish hall in Thornhill, Dumfries & Galloway. It features a cafe, interiors, gift and book departments and gallery. Featured "Blash o God" in September 2019

Wigtown International Book Festival
A ten-day literary festival held each autumn in Wigtown, Dumfries and Galloway, south-west Scotland. Hosted a live event of "Blash o God" in October 2019

The Stove Network
An award-winning arts and community project based in the heart of Dumfries High Street. Exhibited "Blash o God" in November 2019

Cheeky Besom Productions
Artists with Attitude’: A Glasgow based artist collective, making and creating, for the love of the literary arts and culture. Featured "Blash o God as a live event November 2019

Scottish Poetry Library
A unique national resource and advocate for the art of poetry, and Scottish poetry in particular. Exhibited "Blash o God" in December 2019

StAnza Poetry Festival
Scotland's unique international poetry festival. Featured "The Buchanites - A Hertics Tale" film as part of the online 2021 festival.

A Plague of Poetry
Hugh McMillan responded to the restrictions of lockdown in summer 2020 by inviting over one hundred poets from around the world to film themselves reading a poem. You can see them all here.

The Poets' Republic

Founded in 2014 to create an alternative forum to established poetry outlets. Distinctive magazines - packed with poetry from across the world - are published biannually. Hugh McMillan is part of the team.

Drunk Muse Press

Drunk Muse Press was founded in late 2020 by Neil Young and Hugh McMillan, based in Scotland, and Jessamine O' Connor in Ireland. Their purpose is to champion poetry that insists on wider attention . . . by poets with a compelling way of expressing it.