The writing I completed for the Spirit:360 project at Inverness Castle is now live online! Spirit 360 showcases over 60 community artists who have each created works inspired by the theme ‘Spirit of the Highlands’. The project is part of the redevelopment of Inverness Castle as a tourist destination. I researched and wrote two pieces … More Spirit 360 platform live
I am very proud to have an essay published in a new book, just out at the end of December 2022. « Seignelay Colbert de Castlehill (1735-1811): Un évêque entre Lumières écossaises et Contre-Révolution » is published by the Presses de l’Université Toulouse 1 Capitole. Edited and introduced by Alain Alcouffe, it comprises articles or … More Castlehill: entre Lumières écossaises et Contre-Révolution…
My book “Daughters of the North: Jean Gordon and Mary, Queen of Scots” has been longlisted for the Highland Book Prize! You can read more about my book here, including links to buy it as a hardback, ebook or audiobook. And more about the Highland Book Prize and the other books on the longlist here.
I’ve been really pleased with the response to the installation of our blue plaque for Josephine Tey. Here is a wee round-up of some of the news coverage and responses: BBC online article: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/articles/cn3zl2drk0ko I was also interviewed for the BBC Radio Scotland Highlands & Islands news bulletins, who ran a short piece about the … More blue plaque – responses
I’m delighted to say that the blue plaque for Josephine Tey is now in place on Castle Street in Inverness! I’ve been researching the life of Beth MacKintosh (Tey) seriously now for over a decade, in order to write my biography “Josephine Tey: A Life”. I’ve always believed that she deserved wider recognition for her … More Blue Plaque for Josephine Tey in place in Inverness!