Storms, shipwrecks and murder are all included in a Dundee author’s second set of stories about the Mars training ship for homeless and destitute boys.
Crime-writing farmer James Oswald’s works could soon be on TV, four years after a chance conversation stopped him quitting writing to farm full-time.
The granddaughter of Perth-born author John Buchan is calling on spy fans to reread his classic novel The Thirty-Nine Steps on the 100th anniversary of its publication.
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.
Broadcaster and writer Lesley Riddoch was the special guest at the launch of StAnza: Scotland’s International Poetry Festival.
The Fife author’s final novel has been published, less than a fortnight after his death. Jack McKeown reviews The Quarry.
Michael Alexander looks at the top secret role played by aircraft based in Fife in the Second World War.
BOOK OF THE WEEK: Lunatics, Lovers And Poets: Twelve Stories After Cervantes And Shakespeare, Edited by Daniel Hahn and Margarita Valencia.
A rare UK first edition of TS Eliot’s The Waste Land is the latest edition to St Andrews University’s world renowned Special Collections.
A new book about Dunfermline’s history was released at a signing event on Saturday.