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.
More than £50,000 in library fines is being paid in Tayside and Fife every year but the real figure could be even higher.
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.
An Oxfordshire woman who says writing “changed my life” has won the Dundee International Book Prize 2014.
A historian has unearthed the first unseen Sherlock Holmes story in over 80 years.
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...
Cross My Heart by Carmen Reid has won the 20th Angus Book Award for 2015.
Dundee Literary Festival 2014 opens today.
Award-winning authors will host events at the 2015 Dundee Literary Festival alongside a Hollywood actor and Great British Bake Off winner.
Six authors will descend on Dundee libraries next week as part of a national book event.