You can’t get away from the river, they say of Dundee, and for good reason.
The first winner of the Great War Dundee Children’s Book Prize competition has been revealed.
A historian has unearthed the first unseen Sherlock Holmes story in over 80 years.
Dundee author AL Kennedy has launched the new BBC Doctor Who novel in the Angus town where it was set.
Six authors will descend on Dundee libraries next week as part of a national book event.
Writers including Val McDermid, Michel Faber and Kate Mosse will make appearances during Scotland's fourth national celebration of books and reading, organisers have announced.
New technology makes it possible to read a novel in just 90 minutes. But is that a good thing? Jack McKeown looks at the latest technology promising to make us superhuman.
JK Rowling’s outing, this week, as the author of a new crime novel under the name Robert Galbraith, has propelled his/her book, The Cuckoo’s Calling, to the top of the best-seller lists. So what’s in a name? Quite a lot, as Helen Brown discovered...
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.
Sir Walter Scott’s first novel, Waverley, was published 200 years ago. But how many people have read any of Scotland’s greatest novelist’s works? Jack McKeown finds out.