George Mackay Brown's autobiography.
The autobiography was written for Laing's family in the 19th century.
The story of Alexander Watt, a young Orkney man who died early in 1811.
A collection of memories and yarns, documenting how the people of 19th and 20th century Costa viewed their world.
The account of a South Ronaldsay man and his battle to make his own way in the world.
An exile returns to take an affectionate look at his birthplace - Rousay.
Almost 700 characters from Orkney history are listed alphabetically, with biographical details.
Drawing on unpublished sources, many from Orkney, this is the first full-length account of a remarkable woman.
A fascinating account of a Holm man's brave task, undertaken with cheerful doggedness and completed with amazing stamina.
Now available in paperback - the extraordinary biography of George Mackay Brown - "the Orkney Bard".
This book traces and celebrates the art of a man whose interests were kaleidoscopic and influence far reaching, but who was happiest among the rocks, cliffs and shores of the islands - and was, above all, an Orkneyman.
A true people's digest to be read and enjoyed by Orcadians, and lovers of the Orkney Islands, wherever they may be around the world.