If the Fringe is about taking risks and never settling for the same old thing, then Ewan Spence asks whether its time for some drastic action
Camp is scathing and cruel and very funny. It’s the lie that tells the truth and Scotland has discovered it big time. Ken Wilson goes camping.
Guest writer Flavia d’Avila considers the controversial Creative Scotland funded project two years on.
Raja Sharma drinks in the weather and finds Aberdeen really is a beautiful city in the sun . . .
A considered, reflective session on writing about publishing in crime fiction.
Two crime writers discuss their journey from screenwriting to the page.
A chilling yet fascinating session discussing abuse and mental health.
An intelligent, fun session at Granite Noir showcasing female crime writers unafraid to tackle difficult themes.
Crime writers Matt Wesolowski and Michael J Malone kickstart Aberdeen’s crime fiction festival, Granite Noir.
Editor Robert Peacock with a personal view about the current Creative Scotland debate.
The legend Mark E. Smith dies and takes a lot with him. Robert Peacock reflects…
Producer Marykate Monaghan on turning Oscar Pistorius into Shakespearean Tragedy
Hugh Kerr sums up his experience at this year’s Tradfest
Another Edinburgh venue dies, but the spirit doesn’t.
Fifty years of the play that pioneered presentations of gay material on stage, film and TV.
Thoughts on what’s in store for Fergus Linehan’s third year in charge
Authors discuss how setting can offer contrasts in landscape and societal texture
Successful authors discuss approaching a new novel. Is it better to plan or fly by the seat of your…
Two more crime novelists reveal their writing insights
A most meaningful album launch attended by a most meaningless assortment of humans.