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Scotland’s International Three Language Wigtown Poetry Prize Open for Entries 

Scotland’s annual celebration of poets and poems in the country’s three indigenous languages – The Wigtown Poetry Prize – is open for entries.  Each year...
Figures of Speech

Figures of Speech: New Event Series Takes You on Explorative Journey of Scottish Words...

Edinburgh UNESCO City of Literature and the Scottish Storytelling Centre have joined forces to create a new series of events in celebration of Scotland’s...
STARS TURN OUT FOR THE RETURN OF LIVE BOOK FESTIVAL EVENTS AT HARMONY GARDEN

Stars Turn Out For The Return Of Live Book Festival Events At Harmony...

The Borders Book Festival programme is announced today (26th April) and tickets go on sale, as organisers prepare to welcome back on stage big...
Talking murder in Dalry

Talking Murder In Dalry

The village of Dalry, in Dumfries and Galloway, is to support National Crime Reading Month in June by staging an In Conversation With… event...
Rosslyn Chapel papers available to the public for the first time

Rosslyn Chapel Papers Available To The Public For The First Time

A newly acquired collection relating to Rosslyn Chapel helps shed light on its remarkable history. An important collection recently acquired by Historic Environment Scotland (HES)...
New celebration of Scottish children’s stories from Wigtown’s Oscar-nominated folk duo 

New Celebration Of Scottish Children’s Stories From Wigtown’s Oscar Nominated Folk Duo 

Three days of fun at Big DoG festival of children’s literature  The Bookshop Band unveils songs for Scotland’s Year of Stories  Head to...
Scottish celebrities of stage, page and screen unite in support of Dumfries panto star Kenny Boyle’s debut novel.

Scottish Celebrities Unite In Support Of Dumfries Panto Star Kenny Boyle’s Debut Novel

Scottish legends such as River City’s Leah MacRae and Sanjeev Kohli, Gregory’s Girl’s Clare Grogan, author Peter May, and Scot Squad’s (officer) Karen Bartke...
Big DoG festival of children’s literature bounds back to Dumfries and Moat Brae

Big DoG Festival Of Children’s Literature Bounds Back To Dumfries

It’ll be wagtastick – the Big DoG festival of children’s literature and storytelling bounds back to Dumfries for loads of fun with events all...

Wheesht! – A New Scots Language Picture Book From Susi Briggs

Wheesht! When an old, abandoned dog was rescued from the street in Romania the charity workers had no idea she would soon be starring...
BORDERS BOOK FESTIVAL RETURNS TO HARMONY GARDEN WITH LIVE EVENTS IN JUNE

Borders Book Festival Returns To Harmony Garden With Live Events In June

The days are stretching, the daffodils are out, and summer is around the corner at last.What better way to mark spring than to add...