The literature of Scotland, a guide to websites; novelists and poets
The 20 Scottish books everyone should read. The Scotsman
Scottish literature. Wikipedia
List of Scottish writers. Wikipedia
List of Scottish poets. Wikipedia
Works by Robert Louis Stevenson
Association for Scottish Literary Studies
Supporting the teaching, study, writing and reading of Scottish literature and language, past and present.
Scottish Writers By Name
A list of the Scottish authors, writers and poets featured on Books from Scotland. Interviews with Scottish authors about their books.
A list from Information and Libraries Scotland (SLAINTE)
List of Scottish writers. Wikipedia.
Edinburgh’s oldest literary journal and released three times a year.
Glasgow University, Department of Scottish Literature
International Journal of Scottish Literature
Libraries in Scotland
National Library of Scotland
The Scottish poetry page. Holyrood Festival
Scottish Arts Council
The Scottish Arts Council is actively involved in developing Scottish literature through its support for writers, writing and the publishing industry across Scotland.
Biographical information on prominent Scottish writers.
A comprehensive guide to the history and linguistic characteristics of the Scots language.
Scottish Theatre Archive
This website aims to help preserve and promote interest in Scotland’s theatrical heritage. The Special Collections department, University of Glasgow
Word Power. Scotland’s radical bookshop, based in Edinburgh.
Famous Scottish writers *
Banks, Iain. Iain Banks, a page at The Guardian.
Iain Banks, Wikipedia entry.
Iain Banks, the official website.
Boswell, James. James Boswell, Wikipedia entry.
Burns, Robert. Robert Burns. Official Homepage.
Robert Burns etexts from Project Gutenberg.
Robert Burns, the letters.
The Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, Alloway, Ashire.
Robert Burns, Wikipedia entry.
Carlyle, Thomas, Thomas Etexts from The Internet Archive.
Conan Doyle, Arthur
Conan Doyle, Arthur. Arthur Conan Doyle,.
Arthur Conan Doyle Novels
Crumey, Andrew. Andrew Crumey
Hird, Laura. Laura Hird’s website.
Kay, Jackie. Jackie Kay. Wikipedia
Jackie Kay. British Council Literature
Jackie Kay. Poetry Archive
Jackie Kay. Interview in The Telegraph
Jackie Kay. The Guardian
Kennedy, A. L.
Kennedy, A. L. A L Kennedy
MacDiarmid, Hugh. Hugh MacDiarmid. Wikipedia entry.
A collection of audio recordings.
Muir, Edwin. Edwin Muir
A time line of Muir’s life with links to several of his poems.
Edwin Muir. Poems online. The Poetry Foundation
Edwin Muir. The poems of Edwin Muir. The Poem Hunter
Edwin Muir. Wikipedia enetry.
Riach, Alan. Alan Riach
Scott, Sir Walter
Scott, Sir Walter. Sir Walter Scott
Biography, with etexts and web links. Selected Poems of Sir Walter Scott.
The Black Dwarf, The Lay of the Last Minstrel, Ivanhoe,
Bride of Lammermoor, Waverley and other etexts.
Spark, Muriel. Muriel Spark, Wikipedia entry.
Stevenson, Robert Louis
Stevenson, Robert Louis. Robert Louis Stevenson
Robert Louis Stevenson. Wikipedia entry.
Robert Louis Stevenson Website
A website dedicated to Robert Louis Stevenson.
Etexts of works by Robert Louis Stevenson, including:
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Robert Louis Stevenson. The National Library of Scotland
Robert Louis Stevenson, Wikipedia entry.