He is the best-selling Scottish crime author with a mortuary dissection room named after him at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee and a back catalogue of fiction that make him one of the most successful writers in Scotland.
An insight into the life of Victorian Scotland’s “forgotten” poets published in Dundee has been brought back for a modern audience.
An unpublished novel telling the story of a transgender person in 1980s America has won the 2016 Dundee International Book Prize.
Move over Rabbie Burns! Has history overlooked a working class 19th century Dundee writer known as the People’s Poet? MICHAEL ALEXANDER spoke to a Dundee literary expert to find out more.
A literary work that celebrates the concept of “voyaging” will be launched in Dundee this month.
An author whose previous jobs include working as an avocado picker, a magazine editor and a greengrocer has claimed the Dundee International Book Prize 2015.
One of Dundee’s best loved characters warmed up for the city’s literary festival with a unique presentation.
Interview: Scottish crime author Stuart MacBride ‘ I got a dissecting room named after me. As far as I know that is unique!’
When Stuart MacBride was waiting to ship his first Scottish crime novel a decade ago, his laser printer broke and, at the very least, he hoped the advance from his publisher would cover the cost of a new one.
Monsters, Ministers and Mayhem new e-book reveals weird and wonderful tales from The Courier archives
Some of the characters who brought chaos to the streets of Tayside and Fife in centuries past have been resurrected in a new Courier e-book.
You can’t get away from the river, they say of Dundee, and for good reason.