Ian Humberstone recalls an encounter with a furious great skua in Fetlar, Shetland.Read More
Three poems from the Shetland-based writer, whose new collection Afternoons Go Nowhere was published in May.Read More
Poems from Moder Dy, the debut collection from Roseanne Watt, published by Polygon (2019).Read More
New poems by Mark Ryan Smith, a writer from Shetland.Read More
Jordan Ogg reviews an intriguing literary debut by Shetland-born curator and artistic director Helen Nisbet.Read More
Three poems by Shetlander Peter Ratter, from his debut collection, From The Grey Coo, which was recently shortlisted for the 2018 Edwin Morgan Poetry Award.Read More
New books about the First World War by writers in Lewis and Shetland.Read More
Karl Johnson writes on how the most northerly island in the UK influenced one of the twentieth century’s greatest social theorists.Read More
If we are open to diversity in language, we are open to the wonders of our world, writes Malachy Tallack.Read More
Trows, njuggles, selkies, giants and finmen - find out about these strange creatures of northern lore in a fascinating programme by BBC Radio Shetland.
Recent works by island hopping artist Kittie Jones.Read More
New poetry by Sheenagh Pugh.Read More
Donald S Murray introduces his new book The Dark Stuff and shares a new poem.Read More
We’ve featured quite a few stories about island foraging over the years. The consensus is that food doesn’t get any better than when sourced locally and gathered by hand. Further evidence of which is presented in this video of a diver in Shetland catching scallops for his lunch. Not into shellfish? Don’t fret, just sit back and chill to this oddly meditative and beautiful film.