When Robin Crawford and his wife Angie were walking on the Isle of Lewis, a tractor came past with a trailer full of peat.
They say he’s one of the best poets you’ve never heard of – or, more accurately, have not yet heard of – and the publication of a collection of poetry by Jim Stewart is as much a testimony to love, respect and friendship as it is to his talent.
Author Conner McAleese tells Caroline Lindsay how writing has helped harness his anxiety and the woman who inspired his new book.
Author and artist Jack Harland has captured his passion for hillwalking in a new book, discovers Caroline Lindsay
An award-winning Dundee writer is on the shortlist to be named as one of Scotland's most inspiring authors.
Perth-raised journalist and broadcaster Stuart Cosgrove explains to Michael Alexander why he hopes the third and final part of his Soul Trilogy books – Harlem 69 - will stand the test of time as a work of social history.
The Courier has just published The Scottish Soldier’s Story, a commemorative book of much of the material from our special First World war supplements published over the last five years.
The story of the Bell Rock lighthouse – a miracle of engineering – is almost the stuff of legends. Caroline Lindsay discovers the very real story behind this famous tower.
Close links between Frankenstein author Mary Shelley and Dundee are explored in BBC Radio Scotland documentary
Michael Alexander tunes in to a new BBC Radio Scotland documentary airing today which examines the close links between Frankenstein author Mary Shelley and Dundee.
From Peter Rabbit and the Gruffalo to Treasure Island and the Beano, there’s something for children of all ages in VisitScotland’s Storybook Trail.