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Rosy Barnes is a comic novelist and playwright. She is passionate about comedy. Her aim is to create insightful wicked novels that make people snort out loud in public places.The Scotsman said of her...

Meg Bateman was born in Edinburgh in 1959. She studied Celtic at Aberdeen University and taught there for many years. She now teaches through the medium of Gaelic at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig in Skye. She...

Journalist, photographer and author of three non-fiction books (The Lighthouse Stevensons, The Wreckers, The Bicycle Book) and one novel (Special).

Originally from Glasgow, Pamela studied English at Oxford University. After working in London, she moved to Orkney, where she has lived ever since, working as a freelance writer and editor amongst...

Peak Water is my first book. I began my career at the BBC, then wrote for The Observer and The Herald, wrote speeches for Alex Salmond MSP, First Minister, and set up allmediascotland.com. I am now a...

Robin Bell is a poet, broadcaster, documentary writer and visual artist. He grew up in rural Perthshire and lived in New York and London for many years. His Stathinver: A Portrait Album 1945-1953 won...

Matt Bendoris has been a journalist since 1989, starting as a pop columnist on a local newspaper before becoming a features writer for The Mirror, Daily Record and The Sun. He wrote his debut crime...

An ex chartered school librarian I am now a children’s poet performing in Scots, a creative writing tutor and a short story writer who is regularly published in national magazines. I am also a...

Margaret Bennett was brought up in a family of tradition bearers — Gaelic (from the Isle of Skye) on her mother’s side and Lowland Scots on her father’s. Folklorist, ethnologist and prize-winning...

As a child I was a terrible daydreamer (or terribly good, depending on how you look at it) and from the age of seven I knew I wanted to be a writer - because then, I thought, I could get away with...

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