Features and Articles
Read all about what Fledgling Press has been up to since we last featured a profile in June 2008. With details of recent successes and all the info on their upcoming titles for 2013.
Is there such a thing as "Scottish Science Fiction"? Andrew J Wilson explores this problematic idea in his article Between Stark Reality and Far-Fetched Fantasy, in which he discusses the notion of the Caledonian Antisyzygy.
Celebrating Scottish and Irish writing, Causeway/Cabhsair is biannual magazine published by postgraduate students at the University of Aberdeen.
Our reading guides will help you choose the best books on a variety of Scottish topics, including historical figures (such as Mary, Queen of Scots and Robert the Bruce), Scottish food and drink - including Scottish Whisky, sport - including Scottish Football and golf books, and genres like Scottish crime writing. Our latest guide looks at books about Scotland's music.
In 2009, Scotland hosted its first ever Homecoming year, created and timed to mark the 250th anniversary of Scotland’s national poet Robert Burns. Our coverage looked at the best new books in the key Homecoming areas of Robert Burns, Golf, Whisky, Ancestry and Scottish Inventiveness.
First published in the 1950s, William Barclay's Daily Study Bibles have sold over 17 million copies. Now publishers Saint Andrews Press are repackaging them for a new generation.
The Gaelic publishing scene has seen something of a resurgence in the past few years. We asked author Martin MacIntyre to choose his favourite Gaelic books of all time.
We've asked Anne Fine, John MacKay, Brian Taylor and the pupils of South Queensferry Primary School, and Tollcross Primary School, Edinburgh, for their favourite Scottish books.