A “cracker” of an Angus literary mystery has been immortalised in verse by a local Robert Burns enthusiast.
Michael Alexander speaks to American business owner turned author Robert Nock who has set an historical novel against the 15th century Battle of Arbroath.
The Tayside inspiration behind a celebrated Scottish novel is to be marked by a first of its kind exhibition.
An intimate fiction festival celebrating Scotland’s “second biggest export” will take place at Glamis Castle next year.
A fictional account of how one of Scotland’s most feared cannibal myths was born will be published next month.
Dundee author AL Kennedy has launched the new BBC Doctor Who novel in the Angus town where it was set.
Angus Council could to become the first local authority in Scotland to scrap charges for overdue library books.
The legacy of one of the east coast’s greatest writers is alive and well, judging by the clamour for tickets for an event 150 years after she was born.
Cross My Heart by Carmen Reid has won the 20th Angus Book Award for 2015.
An Angus pensioner has revealed that the physical and psychological abuse she suffered as a child has impacted on her whole life.