The bestselling author Neil Gaiman will be one of the judges of this year’s Dundee International Book Prize.
The final novel written by Iain Banks is released today, 11 days after his death.
A first edition of the first Harry Potter book, personally annotated by JK Rowling, has sold for £150,000 at auction.
Legendary sports commentator Archie Macpherson tells Caroline Lindsay why the Fife coast has been the inspiration for his new novel.
Crime in 19th century Dundee is the subject of Malcolm Archibald's new book, A Sink of Atrocity. The former Dundee Book Prize winner told Jack McKeown about bodysnatching, footpadding and the theft of a whale.
Sir Chris Hoy is to co-author a series of children's books about the adventures of a budding young cyclist.
BOOK OF THE WEEK: Lunatics, Lovers And Poets: Twelve Stories After Cervantes And Shakespeare, Edited by Daniel Hahn and Margarita Valencia.
A YOUNG woman discovers a murdered newborn baby in the garden of an Irish convent school, sparking a media storm that forces her to flee to a remote farm.
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.
Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh is revealing an unexpected soft side to one of his most infamous characters.