The only medieval chronicle to have Orkney as the central place of action - covering an era when the islands were a major part of the Viking world.
A collection of historical papers on various aspects of Earldom Orkney and the Orkneyinga saga.
The booklet gives a brief account of Kirkwall's past in the form of a walking tour - starting by the Kiln Corner, by the harbour.
An exhaustive study of Kirkwall's festive Ba' games.
The colourful tales of old Orkney spring to life in the pages of this publication.
Selected works by Ernest Marwick
Short stories by W.R. Mackintosh.
The folktales of Orkney gathered together in one book.
This charming collection of prose and poetry draws from the author's own experiences growing up in a small Orkney island.
Twenty-three dialect stories covering subjects ranging from children's "entertainments" to imaginative reconstructions of Orkney's past.
A collection of more than forty articles by Gregor Lamb, covering language, history, folklore and placenames.
The folk of Hellihowe live a good life, but one day their mound-dwelling hogboon changes.