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Alistair Braidwood

Ten Events To Attend at the Edinburgh International Book Festival

This year marks 40 years of the Edinburgh International Book Festival (12th till 28th ...

Anthology: ‘It Came From The Closet: Queer Reflections on Horror’ (book review)

In It Came From the Closet: Queer Reflections on Horror, 26 queer and trans ...

The Dolphin by Susan Clegg (review)

Told across key years in the lives of the same family over three generations, ...

Heather Parry – This Is My Body, Given For You – Interview

Heather Parry has been a central figure in Scottish writing for some time, co-founding ...

Book review: Steeple Chasing – Peter Ross

Peter Ross has a well-deserved reputation as a writer and journalist who eschews the ...

Books: Examining the Everyday with Angus Peter Campbell’s ‘Electricity’

Sometimes it’s the way the story is told rather than the story itself that ...

Book Review: Catriona Child – Fade Into You

Catriona Child’s 2012 debut novel, Trackman, married music and literature in a manner few ...

Book Interview: Alan Warner on his new novella, Nothing Left to Fear from Hell

In the space of just three novellas, Polygon Books’ Darkland Tales has become a ...

Carrie Marshall discusses her British Book Award shortlisted memoir: Carrie Kills A Man

At a time when discussions around transgender and gender diversity are all too often ...

Book Review: Ashes and Stones: A Scottish Journey in Search of Witches and Witness – Allyson Shaw

In recent years ‘witch fiction’ has become very popular with readers and it shows ...