What is Nutmeg?

Nutmeg is our game, in print.
Published every three months, it is a high-class home for quality articles about Scottish football’s past, present and future. It offers opinion, reflection, interviews, insight, illustration, photography and poetry. It is a unique blend between 196 uniquely elegant pages.

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How to buy Nutmeg

To hold Nutmeg in your hands is to hold a little bit of heaven. It even smells delightful. Here’s how to get your 196 pages for a tenner or less:

Subscription – The best and cheapest way to guarantee a Nutmeg. Quarterly postal heaven.

Gift subscriptions – Go on, treat them to some Nutmeg delight. Look out for seasonal offers.

Individual issues – Buy one edition, current or past. Or buy 3 back issues for the price of 2.

Shops – Exclusive retail stockists: Portobello Books, Portobello High Street, Edinburgh, EH15 1DA.
Delicate Rébellion, Arch 11, 21 East Market Street, Edinburgh, EH8 8FS.
Social Recluse, King Street, Glasgow, G1 5QT.

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Join Nutmeg F.C.

The Nutmeg podcast will always remain free, but with the ending of our sponsorship, we’ve launched a Patreon appeal.
Please have a think about joining Nutmeg FC if you like our stuff – the rewards on offer aren’t bad either. All contributions will help in the continued production of the Nutmeg podcast, whose past interview guests have included writers, footballers, musicians and actors. They will also allow us to develop the podcast into other areas, such as documentary stories.

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The nutmeg podcast

A version of the Scottish football periodical for your ears.
Hosted by Daniel Gray, the Nutmeg Podcast lands fortnightly and consists of conversation about magazine content and in-depth interviews. Recent guests include Neil Forsyth, Vic Kasule, Mark Walters, Ricky Ross, Christopher Brookmyre, Shelley Kerr, Eilidh Doyle, Eve Muirhead, Pat Nevin, Jonathan Watson, Leeann Dempster and Val McDermid.
Sponsored by Oriam – Scotland’s National Sports Performance Centre.

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Read from our archive of Nutmeg articles. Right here, right now.
Though print is our heart and soul, as paper copies of Nutmeg sell out we will publish their contents here. That way you can get a feel for the bounteous joys that would be unleashed should you buy a print copy. Please share these articles on Twitter, Facebook, or by printing them out and launching them across the terraces as paper aeroplanes.

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