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Barbara Henderson

Bio

Barbara Henderson is the author of Scottish historical and eco-fiction for children. Her novels 'Fir for Luck' (set during the Highland Clearances), 'Punch' (based on real events in Victorian Scotland) and the eco-thriller 'Wilderness Wars' are already widely used in Scottish schools, and a smuggling novella featuring a real-life incident in the life of Robert Burns is due for publication in October 2019. She writes the Artyness column in Scottish Provincial Press titles and is the current chair of NessBookFest.

Personal Website

www.barbarahenderson.co.uk

28 Jun 2016

19 May 2016

REaD


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Clich├ęs abound but Tidy Carnage’s story of redhead segregation has plenty of heart

8 May 2016

Malachy Tallack


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Intelligent and ultimately uplifting. Malachy Tallack is one to watch out for.


Janice Galloway


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Janice Galloway talks short stories, nature and Muriel Spark at the Ullapool Book Festival

22 Apr 2016

Interview: Merryn Glover


Interview

Writer Merryn Glover, author of A House Called Askival, chats to our Highland correspondent Barbara Henderson about publication, unexpected hiccups.

16 Apr 2016

11 Mar 2016

29 Feb 2016

14 Feb 2016