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The Good Books, Sara Sheridan: ‘The trick is finding books that engage your brain. A good book is a brain workout’

Sara Sheridan on being inspired by Alasdair Gray, reading Wuthering Heights at just ten-years-old and why Lord Byron wasn't a 'romantic'.   The first book...
Andrew O'Hagan. Credit: Christina Jansen

The Good Books, Andrew O’Hagan: ‘When I was eight I discovered Peter Pan – and was thunderstruck’

The Booker Prize nominated author on becoming engrossed in the King James Bible as a child, why he always recommends The Strange Case of Dr...
Scottish Field's May cover image. Credit: Jan Miracky / AWL Images.

Scottish Field: Dive into our May issue to see what we have in store for you this month

Scottish Field’s May magazine is out now and here’s what we have in store for you…   No place like home: Landscape photographer Andrew Burns...
Abandoned cottage bathed in low December light. All pictures credit: Andrew Burns

Scotland Through A Lens: Andrew Burns

Landscape photographer Andrew Burns doesn’t have to venture far off the beaten track from his home in Dornoch to capture Scotland’s beauty. I have been...
Elisabeth Ingram Wallace.

Glencairn Glass: Read the runner up in this year’s crime short story competition

Elisabeth Ingram Wallace is the runner-up in this year's Glencairn Glass Crime Short Story Competition with The Strange Sheep of Greshornish. It's a sinister tale...

Royal Highland Hoolie: Tide Lines, Trail West and Nathan Evans to perform event

Folk pop band Tide Lines has been announced as a headliner for this year's Royal Highland Hoolie. The group has just released their latest single,...