Now available in paperback - the extraordinary biography of George Mackay Brown - "the Orkney Bard".
These two stories are set in Orkney at the close of the nineteenth century when traditional island life was becoming threatened.
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In this remarkable collection of 21 short stories George Mackay Brown is inspired by summer light and winter darkness.
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George Mackay Brown's autobiography.
The first book to offer a comprehensive study of George Mackay Brown's work.
Northern Lights presents George Mackay Brown’s writings on many of the places, people, legends and seasons that formed his vision and work.
The fourth compilation from George Mackay Brown's weekly The Orcadian column published in book form.
George Mackay Brown's poems published in one volume for the first time.
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 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.