The extraordinary biography of George Mackay Brown - "the Orkney Bard".
The first book to offer a comprehensive study of George Mackay Brown's work.
The fourth compilation from George Mackay Brown's weekly The Orcadian column published in book form.
George Mackay Brown's posthumously published collection of short stories, originally released in 1998, two years after the author's death.
George Mackay Brown's 1993 Booker Prize contender, set on the ficticious Orkney island of Norday.
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 George Mackay Brown short stories, first published in 1974.
George Mackay Brown'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.
In this highly acclaimed biography, Ron Ferguson tracks his friend's literary and spiritual journey, including his controversial move from Presbyterianism to Roman Catholicism.
A collection of short stories by George Mackay Brown.