Highlights of the Christian Aid book sale
Sauniere Society Authors Symposium
We Seek the Truth
Visit one of Scotland’s Great Historic Treasures
The temporary, tented village at Charlotte Square's Georgian garden, in the heart of Edinburgh's New Town, is the venue for the Edinburgh International Book Festival. The "biggest festival of the written word in the world" brings writers, poets, thinkers, politicians, photographers and artists from 40 different countries to debate, discuss, argue and inspire.
The Edinburgh Book Festival releases its 2013 programme in June.
Hollywood actor/art lover Steve Martin wrote a stylish insight about the glamour and subterfuge of New York's art world in his neatly illustrated novel An Object of Beauty.
On Wednesday 28 November at Summerhall, Canongate Talk series - as part of Book Week Scotland - speaks to Alasdair Gray about his new collection of fiction - Every Short Story 1952–2012.
Take part in Book Week Scotland on St. Andrew’s Day at the National Museum of Scotland.
Dr Livingstone, I Presume? is an exhibition at the National Musum of Scotland, Chambers Street, running Friday 23 November 2012 to Sunday 7 April 2013.
Food of Ghosts is being launched on the 8th November, 2012 at Blackwell’s Book Shop, Edinburgh (the event is FREE but ticketed, for details contact Ann Landmann on 0131 622 8222 or email Ann
Ben Judah is the author of "Fragile Empire: How Russia Fell In And Out Of Love With Vladimir Putin", to be published by Yale University Press in May 2013, and an Associate Fellow at the E
"Previously…Scotland’s History Festival" returns for a second year from 17 November until St Andrews Day on November 30. Plugging the gap between the end of Edinburgh’s summer festivals and the start of the Winter Festivals, it takes in an array of over 200 events across Edinburgh delving into the city's and Scotland's colourful history.