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An unpublished novel telling the story of a transgender person in 1980s America has won the 2016 Dundee International Book Prize.
A literary work that celebrates the concept of “voyaging” will be launched in Dundee this month.
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.
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.
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.
An Oxfordshire woman who says writing “changed my life” has won the Dundee International Book Prize 2014.