Douglas Stuart’s Shuggie Bain brings us to 1980s Glasgow and contains all the joie de vivre that you’d expect from a novel set in 1980s Glasgow.
US and African authors dominate this year’s Booker Prize shortlist, which features only one – a New York-based Scot – from Britain or Ireland. Four
By Hilary Fannin in The Irish Times Clifden, Connemara. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy Seo é mo laethanta saoire an tsámhraidh. Dear Sr Mary Dimples, This year
BURNING HERESIES A Memoir of a Life in Conflict, 1979-2020 KEVIN MYERS In this remarkable sequel to his critically acclaimed memoir Watching the Door, journalist Kevin Myers
Accolades are pouring in to The Democrat and social media from as far away as Australia for this truly great picture of Dumbarton, which includes
Leslie Evans said she was not aware of any meetings with counsel and special advisers. By Bill Heaney Scotland’s most senior civil servant “misled” parliament