Tag: illustration

Scot Lit Fest Saturday email 2016.

Miss our Saturday morning subscriber email? Well, here’s what you missed out on… Dreaming Scotland and Nevertheless The Saltire Society have released digital versions of William McIlvanney’s Dreaming Scotland pamphlet, and Allan Massie’s Nevertheless, their dual visions of Scotland in the run up to 2014’s Independence referendum. Download your copies for free here. Five short […]

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#scotlitfest exclusive: The Beast on the Broch by John K Fulton – cover reveal

“A lonely girl. A wild beast. An unforgettable friendship.” 12-year-old Talorca is a Pictish girl living in North-east Scotland in 799 AD. When Gaelic-speaking Dalriadans attack her village, her world is turned upside down. Her only friend is the mythical Pictish Beast, who has been injured by the Dalriadans. Talorca decides to take a stand […]

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Publisher spotlight: Floris Books

As part of #ScotLitFest, we’re hoping to shine a spotlight on not just the authors, but the publishers in Scotland with a five point guide. Today, we’ll be looking at Floris Books. The who, where, what and why. Floris Books is an independent publisher based in Edinburgh. There are two main areas of the business. […]

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