Edinburgh Book Festival
‘The desire to inspire and educate and entertain all women, and men too; to bring women’s issues and st
The James Tait Black Prizes in association with the University of Edinburgh, were once again announced at a
Philip Miller was previously the Arts Correspondent for The Scotsman, The Sunday Times and The Herald, twic
‘The woman artist is an ignored, little understood force, a social prejudice w
“This feels like such a dream” Emily St.
The last two years were tough on live, performing arts, but with signs that the worst of the pandemic is re
P.J. Harvey, Jarvis Cocker, Irvine Welsh, Maggie O’Farrell, Julia Donaldson, and Scotland’s First Minister…
It was coming. Just nobody expected it to happen so fast.
After Covid-19 struck in 2020, the Edinburgh Internati
On first reading, you might have passed it off as a weak April Fool’s joke.
From Nordic Noir to Tartan Noir, crime writing is a brutal, grisly business across Scandinavia and Scotland
The internationally best selling novelist, Alexander McCall Smith hardly needs to be introduced, begins Gav