Memories of the changing face of Dundee waterfront have been drawn together in a project to preserve the past.
The son of a flying pioneer who made the first flight from Britain to India will give a talk on his ancestor in Dundee.
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.
A Dundee-born best-selling author, whose story about his upbringing in the 1950s became one of the most sought- after books in the city, has revealed he hopes the second chapter of his memoirs prove to be even better than the first.
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.
You can’t get away from the river, they say of Dundee, and for good reason.
The Dundonian author of a thought-provoking book about her battle with anorexia has revealed steps are being taken to turn her story into a film.
A day in the life of a young mill worker inspired a teenage author’s winning entry to a charity short story competition.
The Caird Hall rang to the applause from over 1,000 youngsters as the winners of the Scottish Children’s Book Awards were announced on Thursday.
An Oxfordshire woman who says writing “changed my life” has won the Dundee International Book Prize 2014.