TV’s Queen of Clean Aggie MacKenzie is making sure The Move stands up to close inspection, its writer reveals.
It is a simple enough question but comedy genius Stanley Baxter’s polite inquiry of a vegetable stall-holder remains a classic from the Parliamo Glasgow phrasebook: “Izzat a marra on yer barra, Clara?”.
As one decade closes and another opens, international best-selling author BA Paris reveals she is harbouring a special Scottish dream.
Glasgow-born author Marion Chesney Gibbons, who wrote under the pen name M.C. Beaton, has died at the age of 83.
He has terrified generations of readers, curdled the blood of cinema-goers and will soon be bringing the world’s most sinister smile back to the small-screen.
Inspector Rebus is coming out of retirement again – to solve one more crime.
Comedian-turned-novelist David Baddiel admits he is a big kid at heart. And that, he says, is why he found the transition from adult to children’s books so natural.
Former sports reporter Robin Scott Elliot quit his full-time job three times in pursuit of writing “grown-up” historical fiction.
She has become one of the most iconic children’s characters of all time. And now Peppa Pig has developed a Scots twang.
Alex Gray stumbled on the idea for The Stalker at a book event in 2015 – where two fans followed her with particular enthusiasm.
Husband and wife writing duo Chris Brookmyre and Marisa Haetzman, aka Ambrose Parry, on delving into the history of science and medicine
The late author Toni Morrison once said: "If there's a book that you want to read, but it hasn't been written yet, then you must write it."