Scottish writer Andrew Greig is a poor to middling fisherman, but a true fisherman he is, because he enjoys fishing all day even if he catches nothing.
He could have been a poor musician too, only his head was turned by poetry when, aged 17, he was invited to the Edinburgh flat of Norman MacCaig to discuss a poem he had sent to the schoolteacher and poet.
Then in his 50s,MacCaig was a doyen of Scottish...
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