Literature and Publishing
We speak to Laura Jones and Heather McDaid, founders of new, alternative, independent publisher 404 Ink ahead of the publication of their debut book Nasty Women.
On the first day of Book Week Scotland 2016 (Monday 21 November), Scottish Book Trust has shone a spotlight on the reading habits of the nation, revealing the single most popular type of fiction in Scotland...
The latest collection of contemporary literature from the Association for Scottish Literary Studies is out now.
We speak to the Scottish author longlisted for the prestigious literary prize for his second novel 'His Bloody Project'.
We find out more about the recently published Arrivals and Sailings: The Making of George Wyllie from co-authors Louise Wyllie, eldest daughter of the artist, and arts journalist Jan Patience.
Author Sandra Ireland tells us about her year-long creative residency at Barry Mill in Angus.
In 2015-16 we awarded more than £4m to writers, poets, book festivals, storytellers, publishers and literary organisations to support their work in Scotland and internationally.
We find out more about Edinburgh City of Literature's captivating Words on the Street campaign.
The Scottish poet, playwright, pontificator and Neu! Reekie! Co-Founder Michael Pedersen on the collective's new short film Anywhere But the Cities, sequel poetry anthology #UntitledTwo and more.
The Outrun author on her writing process, the unique inspiration of Orkney and future plans.