Poet George Gunn and Lyth Arts Centre co-director Charlotte Mountford talk about the importance of reviving the storytelling tradition in Caithness.
A HIGHLAND-based author's love for the region is captured in a new novel inspired by a storytelling initiative.
On our fourth episode of our Highland Book Prize 2021 special series, we catch up with journalist and writer Cal Flyn.
This episode of Dispatches From Ullapool brings you a conversation with acclaimed novelist James Robertson, author of News of The Dead.
Next on our Dispatches from Ullapool is the multi-talented and newly appointed Edinburgh Makar, poet and playwright Hannah Lavery.
In our fourth episode of Dispatches from Ullapool we chat to Canadian writer Ian Williams, who was among the guests at Ullapool Book Festival 2022.
Today's episode of our Dispatches from Ullapool features Belfast-based writer Jan Carson.
We spoke to Graeme Macrae Burnet about his latest novel Case Study as part of our podcast Northern Bibliosphere's Dispatches From Ullapool.
Seven special episodes from the latest edition of the Ullapool Book festival.
In this week's episode of Northern Bibliosphere, we'll have the pleasure to sit down with Jen Hadfield and talk about her collection The Stone Age.
A mini-series in conversation with the finalists of the Highland Book Prize 2021 ahead of the awards ceremony on May 26.
THE KINCRAIG-based author is the guest in the latest episode of our literary podcast.
This week’s guest is Leonie Charlton, author of prose and poetry whose first published book, Marram: Memories of Sea and Spider Silk.
We talk to engineer and author Paul A. Lynn about his latest book retracing the work of Thomas Telford in the North of Scotland.