OK, a couple more bits of press have popped up in the ether, demonstrating the breadth of modern journalism.
First up is a lengthy feature in The Scottish Review of Books about the latest crop of young Scottish writers. Myself, Rodge Glass, Sophie Cooke, Alan Bissett and Zoe Strachan all talk about books and stuff.
Second is the somewhat less literary GQ magazine, who commissioned me to pick my Top Ten Whiskies.
So, which do you prefer? Several thousand words on the concerns of twenty-first century Scottish literature, or 40-word blurbs on tasty booze? Tricky.