This Sunday (9th June) I will be giving a talk at Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, about Emilie May Bowerbank, the woman who put together their Bowerbank Collection of Jacobite and Stuart artefacts. This is part of a private event for Outlander fans, looking at Jacobite history, but some of my research will be published … More Outlander, Inverness museum and the Bowerbank collection
I have recently updated and added some new work to the Writing page – please click on the link and have a look around. And here is one bonus link, to the new website for Inverness’ Victorian Market. This page features my poem for the market, which I’ve talked about on this blog before. As … More links
A couple of photos from my talk at the Pentlands Book Festival last Friday: Thanks to Ceris from my publisher Sandstone Press for the images!
Val McDermid’s new book “Broken Ground” is out now, and I would highly recommend it… a new Karen Pirie thriller, it also has a Josephine Tey connection, as you can see if you look at the acknowlegements. Val McDermid wrote the Foreword for my biography “Josephine Tey: A Life”, where she said “Jennifer Morag Henderson’s … More Val McDermid & Josephine Tey
I have an article in the new edition of Northwords Now magazine, about poet Robin Robertson, whose new book “The Long Take” was shortlisted for the Man Booker prize. I’m going to be reading some of my own poems, and talking about Robin Robertson’s work, at the official launch for the magazine, which takes place … More Robin Robertson and Northwords Now