Judy Murray, Scottish tennis coach and mother to tennis stars Jamie and Andy Murray, will be joining the Saltire Society’s virtual book festival Scot Lit... Read more
Edinburgh-based Floris Books has won the Saltire Society Scottish Publisher of the Year Award.
Irvine Welsh, James Kelman and Jenni Fagan have made the 2016 Saltire Society Literary Awards shortlist announced at a special event in Edinburgh, alongside emerging talents... Read more
J K Rowling has been named one of 2016's "Outstanding Women of Scotland", alongside singer-songwriter Annie Lennox and broadcaster Lesley Anne Riddoch.
Outlander author Diana Gabaldon has been added to the line-up for Saltire Society’s first ever virtual literary festival, Scot Lit Fest, celebrating Scottish literature as part of the Saltire... Read more
Prominent novelist Kirsty Gunn has said Scottish funding body Creative Scotland is involved in an "unofficial politicising of literature", requiring authors with no overriding interest... Read more
The launches of Cityread 2016, Cassava Republic Press, London Book & Screen Week and the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary plans are featured in our Pictures... Read more
The Saltire Society is marking its 80th anniversary by launching a £50,000 funding programme to support young and emerging Scottish artists.
The 2015 Saltire Publisher of the Year shortlist has been revealed, featuring two past winners and three Edinburgh-based publishing houses.
Stevie Louise Marsden, a PHD student from the University of Stirling has been researching a book prize dedicated to Scottish publishing with winning authors including Muriel Spark, A.L.... Read more