Blog Posts tagged: New Writers Awards

Scottish Book Trust Searches for New Writing Talent

Scottish Book Trust has announced that applications for the New Writers Awards 2014 are now open, providing a unique opportunity for unpublished writers who live in Scotland to pursue their dreams of becoming published authors. The New Writers Awards are managed by Scottish Book Trust in...

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Roy Gill pens script for The Confessions of Dorian Gray

New Writers Awardee Roy Gill has penned his first script for a Halloween Special of the Big Finish audio drama series

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What would you tell your younger self? If anything?

Five Things: confronting writers myths

Advice to my current self by Helen Sedgwick.

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Nicola White - Dundee International Book Prize 2013

Nicola White Shortlisted for Dundee International Book Prize 2013

White was a 2008 recipient of the New Writers Award

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Image by Catherine Simpson

Where I Write: A multi-storied kitchen

Catherine Simpson is the first contributor to our new blog series on places writers work

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Carol Farrelly

Carol Farrelly Receives Robert Louis Stevenson Fellowship 2013

Farrelly will spend a month working on her novel in France following her admission as a fellow to this year's Robert Louis Stevenson Fellowship.

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The Falling Sky

A question of origins and the birth of an idea

Edinburgh-based writer Pippa Goldschmidt tells the story behind her debut novel

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Kirsty Logan

Kirsty Logan Wins 2013 Scott Prize for Short Stories

Salt Publishing recently announced that Kirsty Logan has won this year's Scott Prize for Short Stories. Subsequently, her collection, The Rental Heart & Other Fairytales will be published this November. The collection has been three years in the making, drawing inspiration from family,...

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Roy Gill

Roy Gill featured in the Baillie Gifford Schools Programme

The programme is part of the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2013.

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