Raddlesham Mumps on the Air
Ana Matronic in conversation with Murray Lachlan Young and Julie Verhoeven on BBC Radio 2. You can find the full program here. The interview begins at 1:19:18.
“… a tale that will haunt readers…” Review of Black Snow Falling in The Scotsman
Black Snow Falling reviewed by Beth Goodyear in her teen fiction round up. Available here.
L.J. MacWhirter’s Guest Blog on The History Girls – The Importance of Libraries
Alan Taylor about A Large Czesław Miłosz With a Dash of Elvis Presley by Tania Skarynkina.
“She writes as if penning a letter to a close friend, loosely, intimately, but never less than engagingly. One imagines she’d be fun over a drink or two.”
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Review in Country Life Magazine June 2018 of
A Large Czesław Miłosz With a Dash of Elvis Presley by Tania Skarynkina
Review of It Takes a Lifetime to Become Yourself
Scots Law and assisted dying researcher, Amanda-Jane Ward has written a very moving review of Kay Carmichael’s book It Takes a Lifetime to Become Yourself.
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Scotland Street Press launches YA list
An article from The Bookseller announcing the start of Scotland Street Press’s Young Adult list with L. J. MacWhirter’s Black Snow Falling
A Land Girl’s Tale…
A lovely article from The Drummond Civic Association on Mona Macleod’s A Land Girl’s Tale.
You can find an extract from their newsletter here.
Goodbye to all that: one man’s story of facing up to death
A moving and courageous extract from Don’t Look Down where Roger Chisholm discusses facing the end of his life.
Don’t Look Down
Roger Chisholm’s new book featured in The Scotsman. Read the article here:
7 Criminal Minds
BBC World Service
Scots Whay Hae!
Watch Sara Trevelyan’s interview on BBC iPlayer. Stars at 7:40. (2.3.2017)
BBC Radio Scotland
Listen to Sara Trevelyan’s interview on BBC iPlayer. Starts at 1:42:45. (5.3.2017)
Times Literary Supplement
Review of ANT (June 2015)
The Press and Journal
A Different kind of travel book: 9 Months in Tibet (17.12.2016)