A ghost story by Richard V Hirst set on a fictional island and a neighbouring volcano.Read More
After 27 years Mavis Gulliver prepares to leave Islay, but not before passing on the secrets behind the island's world-renowned native gin.Read More
A poem about Frislanda, the phantom island of the north.Read More
Lawrence Lenhart shares a story from a series of hybrid fictions he is writing about small island states that are most prone to sea-level rise due to climate change. Set on Nauru, one of the world's smallest countries, Repossession follows a motorcyclist as he circles the island's ring road in a nationwide game of hide-and-seek.Read More
Ahead of his 'PhotoPoetry' reading at St Andrews Photography Festival on 15 September, Brian Johnstone shares work inspired by the celebrated Scottish landscape photographer, Robert Moyes Adam.Read More
The island of Stóra Dímun in the southern Faroe Islands is home to just nine people. Accessible only by helicopter or boat, it remains largely untouched, save for an organic farm which marks its only settlement. A supplier to Koks, the world-renowned restaurant in the Faroese capital Tórshavn, the farm produces some of the finest lamb and turnips available anywhere. It is also located within an incredibly dramatic land and seascape, as this video shows.