Describing herself as “a bit of a poacher-turned-gamekeeper”, Lucy Foley explains how she came to writing from reading.
An unpublished novel telling the story of a transgender person in 1980s America has won the 2016 Dundee International Book Prize.
Crime writing farmer ‘I write about killing people but no one asks me where the bodies are buried on the farm!’
In an interview ahead of launching his latest detective crime novel, north Fife farmer turned author James Oswald tells MICHAEL ALEXANDER how life has become a ‘bit mad’.
A literary work that celebrates the concept of “voyaging” will be launched in Dundee this month.
Growing up in St Andrews, Peter Herron was no stranger to colourful tales from the town’s often dark and turbulent past.
Aberdeen-born royal portrait photographer George Washington Wilson celebrated in new book fit for Queen
Queen Victoria’s Royal Deeside photographer George Washington Wilson is celebrated in a new book being supported by rock star – and Queen guitarist – Brian May, discovers Michael Alexander
Comic book genius Steve Dillon, who is best known for his artwork on Judge Dredd, Preacher and The Punisher, has died at 54.
Two inspiring children’s authors reveal their passion for sharing stories with Caroline Lindsay
Why religion rather than UK identity has been a ‘greater influence’ on Scottish literature and culture over 300 years
St Andrews University Wardlaw Professor of Modern History Colin Kidd tells Michael Alexander why religion rather than UK identity has been the major influence on Scottish literature over the past 300 years.
An award-winning Dundee writer is on the shortlist to be named as one of Scotland's most inspiring authors.