Barbara Henderson reports back from a Sunday well spent.
Dialogue-heavy, but the bickering couple in this homage have a lot of appeal
Fast-paced scientific fun goes down a storm with its target audience
Terra Incognita give a sensitive and imaginative exposition of the life of young carers.
NessBookFest takes place over 11 and 12 November 2016
Neil Gunn Trust lecture on Scottish Writers and the Problem of Power
There is much to love about Rapture Theatre’s take on Cold War German politics
Joe Douglas talks to Barbara Henderson about the forthcoming tour.
Michael Shand’s debut about an Edinburgh gang is a ride of a read.
Clichés abound but Tidy Carnage’s story of redhead segregation has plenty of heart
Intelligent and ultimately uplifting. Malachy Tallack is one to watch out for.
Janice Galloway talks short stories, nature and Muriel Spark at the Ullapool Book Festival
Writer Merryn Glover, author of A House Called Askival, chats to our Highland correspondent Barbara Henderson about publication, unexpected hiccups.
The Ullapool Book Festival invites a wider variety of writers to the West coast of Scotland in early May.
Toes hurt from tapping in a glorious night at Eden Court
Pitches music alongside photography, film, even poetry, and the result is special.
Think of the Highlands as a cultural wasteland? Think again!