Hannah Wilson: Paisley Poems and a flourishing of art and culture
Writer Hannah Wilson issues a call to Paisley poets
WHEN I tell people I’m from Paisley, I get very different reactions depending on the audience.
For a lot of people, especially abroad, they go straight for the Paisley pattern.
Some think of Paisley’s famous sons and daughters: Paolo Nutini, Mhairi Black, Gerry Butler or Rafferty. And there was that one guy in a bar in Reykjavik who got really excited because I’m from the same town as the avant-garde musician Momus.