The Festival is over but the world goes on!
A unique performance piece at Inspace, Glitching was a set of dances inspired by the glitches in 3D animations.
Dr Sketchy's again, Indian Summer gave us some lovely dancing.
I ended up knowing quite a few people who were working at Jupiter Artland so I thought it was about time I went to have a look. And found myself at their closing party to boot.
Bloody Scotland brought some of Scotland's best-loved crime writers together in Stirling for Scotland's first International Crime Writing Festival.
After many months of planning and a remarkable social media campaign, Brew Lab finally opened to the public. Which has generally been a popular and successful thing.
The Society of Young Publishers had another interesting event, in Glasgow this time. A joint presentation with Graphic Scotland discussing whether comics need publishers.
The Stitch Lounge returned to Inspace, this time focusing on menswear. They made me make things.
What better theme for a housewarming party than Joss Whedon characters?
Back to Inspace again for the launch of an Indiegogo campaign to crowdfund a film about Buffalo Bill in Scotland.
Illicit Ink once more, a ghoulish theme with Write Geist.
And to Inspace again for more Electric bookshop.
And as part of the tour they were hosting the Golden Hour in venues around the country. In Edinburgh this was held in Inspace - yes, sometimes I feel like I live there.
Part of Inspace's ongoing Atmosphere series and also an excuse for a James Bond themed birthday party: Diamonds are Forever, with cocktails, gin jellies, roulette and cake.
Continuing the Bond theme, Dr Sketchy's held On Her Majesty's Secret Sketchy's.
Back to Inspace, their Dialogues series feature unusual new musics.
A new monthly event, Rally & Broad brings spoken word and music together with anything else that comes by. This totally justifies it being described as cabaret.
One more Future Shorts, preceded by a performance by Tony Thrills.
For once seen without her hubby in tow, Amanda Palmer filled Glasgow's Queen Margaret Union and rocked the house.
It's become a tradition to carve faces in a variety of fruit and veg at Halloween, this year was no exception (and featured the first onion).
People covered in body paint roaming the streets rather than swarming over Calton Hill? Ah, Samhuinn...
A combination of very late wedding party and anniversary at Howie's.
Back to Inspace again for Remediating the Social.
And an Edwardian tea party to help raise funds for Charlotte Productions' Twelfth Night 1812