Ahead of his appearance at the latest Tae Sup Wi' A Fifer in Kirkcaldy, author Ian Rankin tells Michael Alexander how he's "definitely slowing down as he gets older" - but is looking forward to getting down to writing again after a year off.
Two inspiring children’s authors reveal their passion for sharing stories with Caroline Lindsay
Clare Mackintosh tells Caroline Lindsay why her latest novel is so cathartic.
Imagine being punished for speaking your native tongue. And yet, unbelievably, that’s what happened to Matthew Fitt, who was left dazed and confused by his early years at school in 1970s’ Dundee.
A writer needs to “live” their stories to bring them alive for us. Mandy Haggith, whose Stone Series trilogy is set in the Iron Age, is so close to that long-ago life she can reach out and touch it.
James Oswald combines being a farmer with writing best sellers, discovers Caroline Lindsay
Memories of the changing face of Dundee waterfront have been drawn together in a project to preserve the past.
“I’ve got to get to the essence of the thing I’m writing about,” says poet Margaret Gillies Brown as she prepares to celebrate her 90th birthday
Perthshire poet Margaret Gillies Brown turns 90 next month. Gayle Ritchie learns of a life very well lived...
Imagine being blind for most of your life and then, thanks to surgery, suddenly being able to see. It would be the most wonderful thing in the world, right?
New book tells incredible story of football megastars Claudio Caniggia and Fabrizio Ravanelli at Dundee FC
It was one of the most remarkable periods in Scottish football when two world superstars played at Dens Park - and “even the Hand of God was in Dundee’s corner”.