George Mackay Brown's fourth novel follows the turbulent life of Ranald Sigmundson, a young boy born into the Dark Ages, when Orkney was torn between its Viking past and Christian future.
Described as George Mackay Brown's most poetic and innovative novel, Magnus deals with the murder of the Earl of Orkney in the twelfth century.
George Mackay Brown's 1993 Booker Prize contender, set on the ficticious Orkney island of Norday.
The first collection of short stories that George Mackay Brown had published.
A rip-roaring caper through Fankle the Cat's past lives, as he settles in Orkney for another existence.
A selection of GMB's earlier articles from his weekly column in The Orcadian
The second of three compilations from The Orcadian column published in book form.
A collection of 11 short stories, first published in 1974.
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GMB's first novel - recreating a week in the life of the island community as they come to terms with the destructiveness of Operation Black Star.
Selected poems, newspaper and magazine articles, plays, short stories, children's stories, essays and observations from Papa Westray-based writer Jim Hewitson.
Nalini Paul was the most recent George Mackay Brown Writing Fellow (2009-10), and used her to year to create and develop a number of exciting projects.
Short stories by George Mackay Brown.
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